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Doctor of Education (EdD)
Jay A. Monson
Jay A. Monson
The purpose of this paper was to produce supplementary curriculum materials which would provide junior high school Utah history students with growth experiences in critical thinking, creative thinking, and positive affective values. These materials were produced in the form of forty separate, self-contained learning activity modules using the study of presentday Utah or Utah history as a focus of study.
Each Utah history learning activity module consists of two parts: (1) information, and (2) learning activities. The activities engage students to work with factual data to solve problems; to explore moral, ethical, or other controversial issues; or to otherwise develop hypotheses useful in developing critical thinking, creative thinking, or positive affective behavior. Individual differences are met within most modules by alternative activities for students with differing interests and abilities.
Young, Katherine Ann, "Utah History Learning Activity Modules that Enhance Positive Affective Behavior and Develop Critical and Creative Thinking" (1979). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3358.
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