Dr. Judith M. Newman


Creating Technology-Supported Classrooms

The Readings

    Part One Curriculum as Experience
    Part Two Curriculum - Issues
    Part Three Common Knowledge
    Part Four Keeping It Complex
    Part Five Curriculum as Inquiry - Examples
    Part Six Curriculum as Inquiry - Making It Happen
    Part Seven Interdisciplinary Units
    Part Eight Technology - Issues
  Part Nine Education / Technology - Issues

Part One
Curriculum as Experience

Barnes, Douglas 1988 Knowledge as Action. In: Martin Lightfoot & Nancy Martin (Eds) The Word for Teaching is Learning. Portsmouth NH: Boynton/Cook: 14-32.

Bissex, Glenda 1988 On Learning and Not Learning from Teaching. Language Arts, 65(8): 771-Newman, Judith M. 1987 Learning to Teach by Uncovering Our Assumptions. Language Arts, 64 (7): 727-737.

Bruner, Jerome 1985 Models of the Learner. Educational Researcher June/July: 5-8.

Cardellichio, Thomas L. 1995 Curriculum and The Structure of School. Phi Delta Kappan, 76(8): 629-632.

Conroy, Frank 1991 Think About It: Ways We Know, and Don't. Harper's Magazine, Nov: 68-70.

Dewey, John 1939 (1963) Criteria of Experience. In: Experience & Education. New York: Collier Books: 33-50.

Duckworth, Eleanor 1987 The Having of Wonderful Ideas. In: The Having of Wonderful Ideas & Other Essays on Teaching & Learning. New York: Teachers College Press: 1-14.

Kohl. Herbert 1994 I wonít Learn from You. In: I Wonít Learn From You. New York: The New Press: 1-32.

Newman, Judith M. 1987 Learning to Teach by Uncovering Our Assumptions. Language Arts 64(7): 727-737.

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Part Two
Curriculum - Issues

Boomer, Garth 1992 Negotiating the Curriculum. In: Garth Boomer, Nancy Lester, Cynthia Onore & Jon Cook (Eds) Negotiating the Curriculum: Educating for the 21st Century. London: The Falmer Press: 4-14.

Darling-Hammond, Linda 1993 Reframing the School Reform Agenda. Phi Delta Kappan, June: 753-761.

Meier, Deborah 1996 Supposing That... Phi Delta Kappan 78(4): 271-276.

Sirotnik, Kenneth 1988 What Goes On in Classrooms? Is This the Way We Want It? In: Landon E. Beyer & Michael W. Apple (Eds) The Curriculum: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press: 56-74.

Smith, Frank 1988 Collaboration in the Classroom. In: Joining the Literacy Club. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books: 64-79.

Tobias, Sheila 1993 What Makes Science "Hard"? Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, 87(5): 327-338.

Young, Michael 1976 Curriculum Change: Limits and Possibilities. In: Dale, Roger et al (Eds) Schooling and Capitalism: A Sociological Reader. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul: 185-191 

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Part Three
Common Knoweldge

Edwards, Derek & Neil Mercer 1987 Conclusions and Implications. Common Knowledge: The Development of Understanding in the Classroom. London: Methuen: 160-170.

Wells, Gordon & Gen Ling Chang-Wells 1992 Talk for Learning and Teaching. In: Constructing Knowledge Together: Clasrooms as Centers of Inquiry and Literacy. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books: 26-52.

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Part Four
Keeping It Complex

Belenky, Mary Field et al 1986 Connected Teaching. In: Women's Ways of Knowing. New York: Basic Books: 214-229. 

Duckworth, Eleanor 1991 Twenty-four, Forty-two, and I Love You: Keeping it Complex. Harvard Educational Review, 61(1): 1-24.

Picone, John 1990 Knowledge, Skills, or Judgement. Canadian Council of Teachers of English Newsletter, 23(1/2): 1-2.

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Part Five
Curriculum as Inquiry - Examples

Bigelow, Bill 1997 The Human Lives Behind the Labels: The Global Sweatshop, Nike, and the Race to the Bottom. Phi Delta Kappan 79(2): 112- 119.

Chenfeld, Mimi Brodsky 1997 Telling Time. Phi Delta Kappan, 78(6): 475.

Deal, Debby & Donna Sterling 1997 Kids Ask the Best Questions. Educational Leadership 54(6): 61-63.

Dunn, J. A. C. 1991 Foxfire: The Harvest of Eliot Wigginton. Country Journal, March/April: 28-33.

Watson, Bruce & Richard Konicek 1990 Teaching for Conceptual Change: Confronting Childrenís Experience. Phi Delta Kappan (May): 680-685.

Zahorik, John 1997 Engouragingóand ChallengingóStudentsí Understandings. Educational Leadership 54(6): 30-32.

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Part Six
Curriculum as Inquiry ó Making It Happen

Barell, John 1995 Critical Issues: Working Toward Student Self-Direction and Personal Efficacy as Educational Goals.

Cook, Jon 1992 Negotiating the Curriculum: Programming for Learning. In: Garth Boomer, Nancy Lester, Cynthia Onore & Jon Cook (Eds) Negotiating the Curriculum: Educating for the 21st Century. London: The Falmer Press: 15-31.

Newman, Judith M. 1997 Building Supportive Classroom. Teaching Today for Tomorrow. v.9. http://www.mbnet.mb.ca/~sevenoak/ttt/ttt9.htm#Building

Rudduck, Jean 1991 Helping Pupils Manage the Transition to Enquiry-based Learning. In: Innovation and Change. Toronto: OISE Press: 68-80.

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Part Seven
Interdisciplinary Units

Barab, Sasha & Anita Landa 1997 Designing Effective Interdisciplinary Anchors. Educational Leadership 54(6): 52-55.

-----1993 What ís Essential? Integrating the Curriculum in Essential Schools. CES: Publications: Horace: 9-4: Integrating the Curriculum in Essential Schools. http://www.essentialschools.org/pubs/horace/09/v09n04.html

Newman, Judith M. 1998 Interdisciplinary Units: Some Internet Sites. Unpublished Manuscript.

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Part Eight
Technology - Issues

Apple, Michael 1988 Teaching and Technology: The Hidden Effects of Computers on Teachers and Students. In: Landon Beyer & Michael Apple (Eds) The Curriculum: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities. Albany: State University of New York Press: 289-311.

Ehrmann, Stephen C. 1995 The Bad Option and the Good Option. Educom Review 30(5) http://educom.edu/web/pubs/review/reviewArticles/30541.html

Mehlinger, Howard 1996 School Reform in the Information Age. Phi Delta Kappan 77(6): 400-407.

Oppenheimer, Todd 1997 The Computer Delusion. Atlantic Monthly, 280(1): 45-62. http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/97jul/computer.htm

Streibel, Michael 1988 A Critical Analysis of Three Approaches to the Use of Computers in Education. In: Landon Beyer & Michael Apple (Eds) The Curriculum: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities. Albany: State University of New York Press: 259-288.

----- 1999 Web Wonders: Integrating Technology into the Curriculum. Educational Leadership 56(5) http://www.ascd.org/pubs/el/feb99/extwebwonders.html

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Part Nine
Education / Technology - Issues

Burbules, Nicholas, C. & Bertram C. Bruce 1998 Theory and Research on Teaching as Dialogue http://www.lis.uiuc.edu/~chip/pubs/dialogue.html

Burniske, R. W. The Shadow Play: How the Integration of Technology Annihilates Debate in Our Schools. Phi Delta Kappan. http://www.pdkintl.org/kappan/kbur9810.htm

Bushweller, Kevin 1999 Digital Deception: The Internet makes cheating easier than ever. http://www.electronic-school.com (March 1999)

Grennon Brooks, Jacqueline & Martin G. Brooks 1994 The Case for Constructivist Classrooms

Maurer, Matthew & George Davidson 1999 Technology, Children, and the Power of the Heart. Phi Delta Kappan. http://www.pdkintl.org/kappan/kmau9902.htm

McNabb, Mary, L.  1996 Perspectives about Education

Monke, Lowell 1997 The Web and the Plow. Teacher Magazine on the Web. http://www.edweek.org/tm/vol-09/02monke.h09

Newman, Judith M. 1999 A Garden Path? Information Technology and Education. http://www.lupinworks.com/jn/autobio/gp.html

Roszak, Theodore 1996 Dumbins Us Down. New Internationalist, #286: 12-14.

Ryder, Martin & Brent Wilson 1996 Affordances and Constraints of the Internet for Learning and Instruction http://www.cudenver.edu/~mryder/aect_96.html

Sirotnik, Kenneth A. 1999 Making Sense of Educational Renewal http://www.pdkintl.org/kappan/ksir9904.htm

Smith, Frank 1995 What Good Is a Teacher in the Information Age? In: Between Hope and Havoc. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books: 65-77.

Thiagi, Sivasailam 1998 The Secrets of Successful Facilitators.

Wilson, Brent  1998 Creating Technology-Supported Learning Communities. Adapted from an early draft of a chapter from a book by David H. Jonassen, Kyle C. Peck, and Brent G. Wilson, Learning with technology in the classroom: A constructivist perspective. New York: Merrill/Prentice-Hall. http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~bwilson/learncomm.html

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