Adapted and expanded from How Learning Works by Mandy McGrew
Teaching Resource Articles
By Hillary Steiner
Integrative learning is an approach to education that encourages students to see the inter- and intra-disciplinary connections among their various curricular and co-curricular experiences. Learning to make these connections is an important skill with real-world implications. Faculty at Kennesaw State University can intentionally plan integrative learning experiences for their students by utilizing existing institutional structures like those in the Learning Communities Program, where faculty also are supported in their own professional development.