Project Approach in the ERIC Database

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June 2004

Journal Citations

  • [EJ675214] Larvae, Ladies and Learning: The Project Approach.
    Whitham, Laurel; Killoran, Isabel
  • [EJ643794] Explore, Question, Ponder, and Imagine: Projects Give Kids the Chance To Delve Deeply and Find Their Own Way through Challenging Intellectual Terrain.
    Sherman, Lee
  • [EJ637852] Projects and Themes. Beginnings Workshop.
    Lutton, Alison; Bellomo, Sherry; Ramos, Maria Sylva; Gambetti, Amelia; Katz, Lilian G.; Forman,
  • [EJ637802] An Artist among Young Artists: A Lesson for Teachers.
    Loughran, Sandra
  • [EJ635780] Children Are Born Mathematicians: Promoting the Construction of Early Mathematical Concepts in Children Under Five.
    Geist, Eugene
  • [EJ635779] Discovering, Supporting, and Promoting Young Children's Passions and Interests: One Teacher's Reflections.
    Ferguson, Christine
  • [EJ633395] Studying Pond Life with Primary-Age Children: The Project Approach in Action.
    Warner, Laverne; Morse, Pam
  • [EJ633344] Using Experts To Enhance Classroom Projects.
    Capezzuto, Sheila M.; Da Ros-Voseles, Denise A.
  • [EJ616893] Multiple Forms of Representation in Long-Term Projects: The Garden Project.
    Trepanier-Street, Mary
  • [EJ610279] "I Disagree!" Said a Second-Grader: Butterflies, Conflict, and Literate Thinking.
    Salyer, David M.
  • [EJ610240] Quiltmaking: A Perfect Project for Preschool and Primary.
    Helm, Jeanne; Huebner, Alice; Long, Becky
  • [EJ610237] From a Bean Cake to a Classroom Kingdom: An Idea Becomes Five Weeks of Learning.
    Scully, Patricia; Howell, Jacky; Corbey-Scullen, Lynn
  • [EJ615409] Varied Teaching and Learning Approaches. This We Believe and Now We Must Act.
    Brodhagen, Barbara L.
  • [EJ570792] Beginning to Implement the Reggio Philosophy.
    Staley, Lynn
  • [EJ597691] The Pueblo Project: Authentic Indian Studies.
    Laubenthal, Gail
  • [EJ597690] The Project Approach: A Different Way To Plan Curriculum.
  • [EJ590130] All Kinds of Projects for Your Classroom.
    Sloane, Marie W.
  • [EJ567837] Great Moments of Learning in Project Work.
    Elliott, Mary Jane
  • [EJ567789] Project Approach and Parent Involvement in Taiwan.
    Liu, Karen C. Y.; Chien, Chu-Ying
  • [EJ567783] Creating Contexts for Middle-Age Learning.
    Stone, Sandra J.
  • [EJ545042] We Think They're Learning: Beliefs, Practices, and Reflections of Two Teachers Using Project-Based Learning.
    Lundeberg, Mary A.;
  • [EJ541602] ERIC/EECE Report: The Project Approach in Early Childhood Education.
    Cesarone, Bernard
  • [EJ538098] A Multicultural Family Project for Primary.
    Gutwirth, Valerie
  • [EJ533095] To Build a House: Designing Curriculum for Primary- Grade Children.
    Harris, Teresa T.; Fuqua, J. Diane
  • [EJ533090] Teaching All Children: Four Developmentally Appropriate Curricular and Instructional Strategies in Primary-Grade Classrooms.
    Burchfield, David W.
  • [EJ533030] Learning about Moths.
    Albrecht, Kay; Walsh, Katherine
  • [EJ528148] Can We Adapt the Philosophies and Practices of Reggio Emilia, Italy, for Use in American Schools?
    Firlik, Russell
  • [EJ523472] Lilian Katz on the Project Approach.
  • [EJ523471] Learning through Projects.
    Borgia, Eileen
  • [EJ516731] The Project Approach: A Museum Exhibit Created by Kindergartners.
    Diffily, Deborah
  • [EJ505502] Projects in the Early Years.
    Hartman, Jeanette A.; Eckerty, Carolyn
  • [EJ503734] Project Work with Diverse Students: Adapting Curriculum Based on the Reggio Emilia Approach.
    Abramson, Shareen;