An Analysis of an Interdisciplinary Experience in Art, Music, and Social Science with Fifth Grade Classes in Traditional School
AuthorRadcliffe, Beverly J.
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SubjectSchool children--Iowa--Des Moines--Analysis; Interdisciplinary approach in education--Iowa--Des Moines--Analysis; Arts--Education (Elementary)--Iowa--Des Moines--Analysis; Social sciences--Education (Elementary)--Iowa--Des Moines--Analysis
Description71 leaves. Advisor: Dr. John M. Hicks
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