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Old 04-10-2019, 10:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: Multi-Disciplinary Curriculum -- Share what you've used

I used the book "Geography Through Art" to teach a class at our co-op. It was really fun.

I bought "The Science Chef" and "The Math Chef" for another class I taught and was very disappointed. They were mainly simple recipe books with just a few science tidbits and arithmetic problems. The science book had the kind of explanation I'd give to a preschooler who asked, "why do onions make me cry." The math book just had generic arithmetic problems that used some of the ingredients from the recipe. "If Sam has 10 eggs and Sally breaks 3," etc. I ended up doing a lot of research and prep when I taught this class. I basically developed the class from scratch and donated the books.
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