Further Reading
It is the work of H. Lynn Erickson and L. Lanning on Concept-based Curriculum and Instruction, and more recently, the work of R. French and C. Marschall on Concept-based Inquiry that has largely informed this course.

Recommended Read

French, R., and Marschall, C., (2018) Concept-Based Inquiry in Action: Strategies to Promote Transferable Understanding. Corwin Press

Other Favourite Reads

Erikson, L. (2002). Concept-based Curriculum and Instruction: Teaching Beyond the Facts. Corwin Press.
Erikson, L. (2008). Stirring the head, Heart and soul. Redefining Curriculum and instruction. Corwin Press.
Erickson, L., Lanning, L., & French., (2017) Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom, Corwin Press, London.
Hughes, C., (2017) Understanding Prejudice and Education, The Challenge for Future Generations
Kagan, 6., (1994) Cooperative Learning. Resources for Teachers, Inc.

Good Quick Reads

Saville, E., Curiosity changes the brain to boost memory and learning, The Conversation, 2.10.2014 http://theconversation.com/curiosity-changes-the-brain-to-boost-memory-and-learning-32296 accessed 3.13.2021
Fell, A., Davis, U. C., (2014) Curiosity Helps Learning and Memory, 2.10.104 https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/curiosity-helps-learning-and-memory accessed 3.13.2021