When I was at TCEA last week, a teacher approached me after one of my sessions to ask if I had ever written about my experience planning interdisciplinary projects. I realized that I had not written specifically about the process of planning a project with teachers who taught other subject areas. So, I wanted to share the framework that my teaching team (English, history, and science) used when planning large scale interdisciplinary projects.
Once we had agreed on these eight aspects of the project–unifying theme or question, objectives, standards, structure, products, rubrics, division of labor, and timeline, we were able to dive into the details.
We moved through a checklist of items that we wanted to consider as a team before beginning a big interdisciplinary project. We talked about building student agency…
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