Implementing Successful Humanities Courses and Programs
by Benjamin Ladner — 1984
The key to moving successfully from an abstract and theoretical consideration of humanities subjects to the practical implementation of work in a humanities classroom is this: the method of teaching must be consistent with and an extension of the content of what is being taught. Humanities subjects themselves must be recognized as resources for determining how they can best be approached and communicated effectively.
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