A Content Analysis and Correlation of the Food, Land and People Curriculum with Academic Standards: An Integrated Model for Teaching Highly Correlated Academic Content Using Situated Content Related to Agriculture and the Environment

By David Powell, David Agnew and Mark McJunkin.

Published by The Learner Collection

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A content analysis of an integrated curriculum that teaches academic subjects of science, math, social studies, and language arts using agricultural and environmental content.

Keywords: Integrated Curriculum Model, Infused Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Situated Learning, Agriculture, Environment, Frameworks, Academic Standards

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.175-182. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 846.384KB).

David Powell

David Powell a 1976 graduate from the University of Michigan, in wildlife Biology, became a certified teacher in 1990, through Arkansas State University (ASU). Powell taught middle school science for 14 years in Arkansas and in 2005 completed a Master's in Education from ASU. In 2005 he began doctoral studies at ASU in Educational Leadership where he is currently a graduate assistant and expects to graduate in 2008.

Dr. David Agnew

Dr Agnew is Associate Professor of Agricultural Education and Co-Director of Arkansas Food Land and People, at Arkansas State University. Besides his involvement in teacher education he works in the areas of agricultural and environmental literacy.

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