The term "integrated curriculum" has different, and sometimes conflicting, meanings for educators. At ConnectEd, this term refers to lessons that are delivered by a multidisciplinary team and make meaningful connections for students across subject areas. English, mathematics, science, social studies, and career technical teachers collaborate to plan and present these lessons that center around a career-themed issue or problem.
This roadmap helps teachers plan and implement a multidisciplinary, career-focused and integrated high school curriculum.
This brief overview lists the characteristics and goals to consider when designing and implementing a career-focused, integrated high school curriculum—one key element of a Linked Learning pathway.
This set of integrated, problem-based curriculum units was developed by ConnectEd in partnership with the National Consortium on Health Science and Technical Education.
This set of integrated, problem-based curriculum units was developed in partnership with the Education Development Center and focuses on law & justice careers and forensics.
This set of integrated, problem-based curriculum units was developed in partnership with the National Academy Foundation, Project Lead the Way, and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering. These units are built around typical engineering design projects. To receive the engineering integrated curriculum, attend one of our professional development sessions.
The curriculum mapping tool at ConnectEd Studios helps teacher teams design standards-based, integrated projects. The mapping process ensures projects target key learning outcomes consistent with scope and sequence requirements.
To inquire about ConnectEd's integrated units, email firstname.lastname@example.org