'At a time when cross-curricular teaching is being explored and encouraged in a way that has not happened for a generation, Trevor Kerry's book is not only welcome and timely but thought-provoking and helpful. We should welcome this excellent contribution to the field.' - Professor Mark Brundrett, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Editor of Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education
‘Creative teachers, heads and teacher-educators seeking to offer children the best opportunities for quality, relevant learning, where problem-solving and purposeful thinking are more important than the acquisition of subject-related facts, will welcome this thought-provoking book.'
'The authors use sound historical, theoretical and practical examples to propose an interdisciplinary holistic approach to a pedagogy - underpinned by a professional philosophy - which will benefit all involved in the learning process.' - Pam Dowson, Primary teacher, teacher-educator at the University of Cambridge, UK, and author of The Really Useful Creativity Book
'Brings together the essential principles of a cross- curricular approach and links theory to practice in an accessible format.' - Liz Hunt, Principal Norland College, Bath, UK
About the Author
Trevor Kerry is Emeritus Professor at the University of Lincoln and Visiting Professor at Bishop Grosseteste University College, UK.