Synchronised Integration of Art and Science: A Model for Excellence in the Scottish Primary Classroom

Jem Anderson

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the synchronised integration of art and science. It is part of a collection of chapters written by lecturers in Education who describe The Leonardo Effect’s unique method of integrating art and science in detail, and the outcomes achievable.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Leonardo Effect
Subtitle of host publicationMotivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning
EditorsIvor Hickey, Deidre Robson
Place of PublicationOxon
Pages125-132
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Keywords

  • interdisciplinary approach
  • science
  • art
  • motivation
  • learning
  • creativity
  • creative process

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Anderson, J. (2013). Synchronised Integration of Art and Science: A Model for Excellence in the Scottish Primary Classroom. In I. Hickey, & D. Robson (Eds.), The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning (pp. 125-132). Oxon.
Anderson, Jem. / Synchronised Integration of Art and Science : A Model for Excellence in the Scottish Primary Classroom. The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning. editor / Ivor Hickey ; Deidre Robson. Oxon, 2013. pp. 125-132
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