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Education - Interdisciplinary Learning

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A Common Understanding of Interdisciplinary Learning

Interdisciplinary learning brings together diverse disciplines in a comprehensive manner, enabling students to extend their learning, access higher-order thinking skills and develop meaningful understandings of complex interactions amongst themselves, their community and the world around them." -- from Action on Curriculum, Education Program Standards and Assessment, Sept. 2011, Alberta Education


Alberta Education



A 10 minute video clip from Edutopia that demonstrates the benefits of integrating subjects and what in might look like in the classroom.  An excerpt from the DVD Integrated Studies, available from the Doucette Library (371.39 IN 2009 DVD)