Refers to the practice of using a single theme to teach a variety of subjects. It also refers to a interdisciplinary curriculum, which combines several school subjects into one project.
Bringing two or more subject areas together in a teaching unit to connect content and provide additional meaning for students. For example, American history and American literature could be taught together in a unit on the Civil War.
addressing, in one learning episode, competencies in more than one curricular area; it does not rely on artificial categorization of science knowledge.