Think Beyond the Facts!
Knowing the facts is not enough. If we want students to develop intellectually, creatively problem-solve, and grapple with complexity, the key is in conceptual understanding. A Concept-Based curriculum recaptures students’ innate curiosity about the world and provides the thrilling feeling of engaging one’s mind.
This updated edition introduces the newest thought leadership in Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction. Educators will learn how to
- Meet the demands of rigorous academic standards
- Use the Structure of Knowledge and Process when designing disciplinary units
- Engage students in inquiry through inductive teaching
- Identify conceptual lenses and craft quality generalizations
Explore deeper levels of learning and become a Master Concept-Based Teacher.
Carol Ann Tomlinson, William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor
“As factual and procedural knowledge
Charles Fadel, Author of “Four-Dimensional Education” and “21st Century Skills"
Founder, Center for Curriculum Redesign
Visiting Scholar, Harvard Graduate School of Education