Trans-curricular teaching a bridge to knowledge

Trans-curricular teaching a bridge to knowledge

 

Summary

Chapter 1) The opportunities pupils may discover by trans and inter-curricular teaching

  • School’s cooperation- a way to build a better future by Diana Rafa, pag 1
  • The concepts of interdisciplinary, cross-curricular teaching   and trans-disciplinary teaching, by Asli Alpoz, pag 2
  • Teachers’ challenges in trans and inter curricular teaching, by Maria Mena Rodriguez, pag 5
  • Pupils benefit from trans and inter curricular teaching, by Maria Mena Rodriguez, pag 6
  • Learning together, by Rasit Kursun, pag 6
  • How to understand trans-disciplinary approach, by Asli Alpoz, pag 9

Chapter 2) The reality about trans and interdisciplinary teaching in European schools

  • Trans and inter curricular approaches in Greek schools, by  Nikolaos Chatziskakis, pag 12
  • Trans and inter curricular approaches in Polish schools, by Monika Wiśniowska, pag 16
  • The current situation in accordance with trans and inter disciplinary teaching, by Mehmet Metin GÜLLÜ, pag 18
  • The  primary curriculum in Romanian educational system, by Mihaela Salatioan, pag 20
  • Secondary education’s specific in Romanian schools, by Diana Rafa, pag 21
  • “Geothink” concept, by Cristina Dascalu and Daniela Herineanu, pag 23,
  • Educational partnership – one more reason for learning, by Mihaela Salatioan and Ana Molnar, pag 24
  • “School in another way, to be better, to know more” by Ana Molnar, pag 25
  • Trans and inter curricular education at the comprehensive school “S. Casella”, Pedara, by  Rosa Costa and Gianluca Marleta, pag 27
  • Trans and interdisciplinary teaching in European schools – Poland, by Anna Gebska, pag 30

Chapter 3) How and why to implement trans and inter curricular subjects (working methods examples)

  • Trans and inter curricular subjects– the starting point for a successful job, by Argyraki Sofia, pag 33
  • Trans and inter curricular subjects (working methods examples), by Gresi di Mauro, pag 36
  • Interdisciplinary teaching ways in Polish schools, by Agnieszka Kornat, pag 38
  • Let’s design an optional subject for Romanian schools, by Diana Rafa, pag 39

Chapter 4) Local and global learning events to promote trans and inter curricular teaching ( festivals, conferences, contests, experimental studies, implementation plans)

  • Learning unites us, by Rasit Kursun, pag 41
  • The true meaning of exprimental teaching, by Anna Gebska, pag 44
  • Teaching tricks that promote trans and inter curricular approaches, by By Ana Guzman de Quero, pag 46
  • Learning events that promote trans and inter curricular teaching in Polish schools, by Magdalena Bucoń, pag 48
  • Pedara’s School Council, by Valeria Sindoni, pag 50
  • Proposals for trans and inter curricular teaching events, by Eleni Papanikolaou, pag 52
  • Romanian initiatives for trans and inter curricular teaching by  Cristina Dascalu, Nicoleta Varga, Iulia Lador and Diana Rafa, pag 55
  • Good practice examples regarding inter curricular works from Italian schools, by Conti Giovanna, Gemy Spaziano, Angela Calì, pag 58
  • Laboratory Methodof Teaching Science: An animalcell model- (Implemented in Italian  schools) by Roberta Motta, pag 60

Chapter 5) Proposals for trans and inter curricular teaching events

  • Teaching versus contemporary challenges by Anna Gebska, pag 62
  • Outdoor classroom project, by Valeria Sindoni, pag 64
  • Proposals for trans-disciplinary and interdisciplinary teaching events, by Monika Wiśniowska, pag 68
  • Interdisciplinary approaches within digital education, by Armanda Stroia and  Corina Cristoreanu, pag 71
  • An inter curricular subject, by Daniela Herineanu, pag 75
  • Erasmus+ travel. Experimental didactical project, by Livia Pop, pag 78
  • Education– a permanent challenge, by Diana Rafa, pag 88

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