Definitions for "Integrated curriculum"
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.
a literacy-based project using the story of The Nutcracker as its foundation
a project funded by the Verizon corporation and produced by George Mason University
an important part of the Kindergarten program
Combination of content from two or more subjects to enhance meaning through interconnectedness of knowledge.