Alan Haskvitz

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Alan Paul Haskvitz (born 7 September 1942) is a notable teacher, who has been inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame[1] and won the Robert Cherry teaching award.[2] Haskvitz is notable for introducing "quality circles"[citation needed] into the education field and for being one of the first to actively promote "service learning" as part of the social science curriculum.[citation needed] He has been selected six times as one of the best teachers in the United States.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Happy Birthday, Alan Haskvitz". Archived from the original on 3 October 2009. Retrieved 2009-09-09.
  2. ^ Banquet Scheduled to Honor Visiting Cherry Professors Sept. 26

"Use of Japanese Quality Circles in Social Studies," by Alan Haskvitz. Southern Social Studies Quarterly , v19, n1, 1993.

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