Creating a community of learners among high school teachers

Wineburg, Sam; Grossman, Pam
January 1998
Phi Delta Kappan;Jan98, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p350
Describes one way of breaking down the false barriers between teaching and learning. The teacher's problem of no time for continued study in one's discipline; The project funded by a grant from the James S. McDonnell Foundation of St. Louis based on the model of book clubs that meet in people's homes.


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