The astronomer discovers that geometry, a pure abstraction of the human mind, is the measure of planetary motion. The chemist finds proportions and intelligible method throughout matter, and science is nothing but the finding of analogy, identy, in the most remote parts.
Methodologies for Integration
Integration can take many forms. In order to better understand the forms that integration may take, it is necessary to gain a solid foundation in the design of various integrated curriculum.
Fogarty (1991) describes three basic forms of integrating the curriculum. Contained within these three forms are ten methodologies. This area of the course describes these three forms and ten methodologies.
Form One: Within a Single Discipline
Form Two: Across the Disciplines
Form Three: Within and Across Learners
Adapted from the original work of Robin Fogarty [Fogarty, R. (1991). Ten ways to integrate curriculum. Educational Leadership. 49(2), pp61-65.