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Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

This article defines interdisciplinary learning, presents a rationale for its use, and describes curricular approaches that promote it. The article contains references to research findings in the field. The author concludes that interdisciplinary teaching is not a "rejection of the disciplines," but instead, it is a way to generate learning that is not discipline-specific.

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