Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2008

Department

Educational Studies and Research

Abstract

In this article, we discuss project-based learning in the context of a wheel garden as an instructional tool in science and mathematics education. A wheel garden provides multiple opportunities to teach across the curriculum, to integrate disciplines, and to promote community involvement. Grounded in the theoretical framework of constructivism, the wheel garden provides a multidisciplined educational tool that provides a hands-on, non-traditional arena for learning. We will examine some of the cultural, art, science, and mathematics connections made with this project

Publication Title

International Journal of Social Sciences

Volume

3

Issue

1

First Page

44

Last Page

51

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