The Project Approach Catalog 3 
by the Project Approach Study Group
edited by Judy Harris Helm
Catalog #224; 2000

Table of Contents

Foreword: Project Approach Study Group Catalog
by Lilian G. Katz

Section 1: The Project Approach

  • The Project Approach in Action
    Sylvia C. Chard
  • Getting a First Project Started with Young Children
    Judy Harris Helm and Lilian G. Katz
  • Making Sense of Location: Mapping the Kindergarten Park
    Sylvia C. Chard

Section 2: Learning How to Guide Projects: The Teachers' Journeys

  • Implementing the Project Approach: What Teachers Say
    Judy Harris Helm
  • Supporting Teachers in Project Work: The Administrator's Role
    Cathy Wiggers
  • Learning from Teachers: Lessons from the Illinois Project Group
    Sallee Beneke
  • Guiding Teachers Step by Step: Inservice Training Experiences
    Judy Harris Helm and Brenda Smith
  • Helping Teachers Learn: College and University Experiences
    Eileen Borgia, Sylvia C. Chard, and Tom Drummond

Section 3: The Project Approach on the Web

  • Methodology in Activity: Two Examples of Long-term Projects: Excerpt from Early Childhood Research & Practice
    Michael Glassman and Kimberlee Whaley
  • Chicken Project Web Site
    Candy Mabry

Section 4: Project Summaries

Section 5: Resources for Implementing the Project Approach

This publication was prepared with funding from the U.S. Department of Education. The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of the U.S. Department of Education.