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Integrated Learning: Developing a Thematic Course and Internship Program in Washington DC
Unformatted Document Text:  Works Cited: Adler, Roxane O. 2001. Semester-Long Internships in Washington, DC. Report requested by and produced for The College of William & Mary. Chickering, Arthur W. and Linda Reisser. 1993. Education and Identity. 2 nd Edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Kegan, Daniel. 1977. “Using Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy for Curriculum Planning and Evaluation in Nontraditional Educational Settings,” Journal of Higher Education. 48:1 (January/February): 63-77. Knowles, Malcolm Sheppard. 1990. The Adult Learner: a Neglected Species (4 th Edition). Houston: Gulf Publishing. Mayer, Richard E. 2002. “Rote Versus Meaningful Learning,” Theory into Practice. 41:4(Autumn): 226-232. Schon, Donald A. 1987. Educating the Reflective Practitioner: Toward a New Design for Teaching and Learning in the Professions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Rogers, Carl R. and H. Jerome Freiberg, 1994. Freedom to Learn, 3 rd Edition. Prentice- Hall. 19

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Works Cited:
Adler, Roxane O. 2001. Semester-Long Internships in Washington, DC. Report requested
by and produced for The College of William & Mary.
Chickering, Arthur W. and Linda Reisser. 1993. Education and Identity. 2
nd
Edition. San
Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Kegan, Daniel. 1977. “Using Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy for Curriculum Planning and
Evaluation in Nontraditional Educational Settings,” Journal of Higher Education. 48:1
(January/February): 63-77.
Knowles, Malcolm Sheppard. 1990. The Adult Learner: a Neglected Species (4
th
Edition).
Houston: Gulf Publishing.
Mayer, Richard E. 2002. “Rote Versus Meaningful Learning,” Theory into Practice.
41:4(Autumn): 226-232.
Schon, Donald A. 1987. Educating the Reflective Practitioner: Toward a New Design for
Teaching and Learning in the Professions.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Rogers, Carl R. and H. Jerome Freiberg, 1994. Freedom to Learn, 3
rd
Edition. Prentice-
Hall.
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