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Implementing curriculum integration: Three easy lessons from past practice

Tony Dowden

This article presents three lessons from the legacy of past examples of curriculum integration (CI) in Aotearoa New Zealand, with the aim of helping teachers who wish to use CI to support inquiry learning pedagogies. These lessons reflect an innovative vitality that has long been characteristic of New Zealand teachers. Given that the literature relating to CI is often silent on the practical matters contained within these lessons, this legacy is likely to be valuable to teachers anywhere who have the desire to implement CI.

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