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1993
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Teaching and Learning, 14(1),11-24
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This article describes Continuous Integration Techniques (CIT), strategies for combining information from two (or more) subject areas to enhance the understanding of each. Although the methods are not
new, their classification as CIT denotes their usefulness as part of an on-going, systematic instructional strategy for fostering interdisciplinary lessons in almost any educational environment. By
linking different subject areas teachers can compensate for some of the shortcomings of the familiar, but compartmentalized, academic
disciplines.
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0129-7112
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