Brain Surfing: A Strategy for Making Cross-Curricular Connections
Many educators believe that teaching an integrated curriculum should help students develop cross-curricular connections. Often, however, students do not make connections between subject areas even when they are in classrooms with integrated units. This article presents a strategy called Brain Surfing that teachers can use to facilitate connections to subject areas during classroom discussions.
Lenski, S. D. (2001). Brain Surfing: A Strategy for Making Cross-Curricular Connections. Reading Horizons, 42 (1). Retrieved from http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol42/iss1/2
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