Getting It All Together:
Curriculum Integration in the Transition Years.
The Metropolitan Toronto School Board.
Markham, ON: Pembroke Publishers, 1995. 128pp, paper, $18.95.
Professional: 7 - 10.
This practical look at integration was very much in demand with the onset of de-streaming two years ago. While its investigation of integration is thorough and easy for the uninitiated teacher to read, it is somewhat dated by the fact that integration projects have been going on in secondary schools throughout the province during that time. It remains, however, an excellent introduction to integration for the intermediate grades.
Gail Lennon is a secondary resource teacher with the Bruce County Board of Education. In her thirty years of teaching in both rural and urban settings, she has taught every grade from JK to Adult Education in elementary, secondary, and university academic locations. She has specialist qualifications in Library, ESL, Primary, Junior, Intermediate, Senior, and Special Education. Ms. Lennon is a keynote speaker, author, and workshop leader who has reviewed for CM for the past seven years.
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