Integrative Teaching

For Pedagogical thriving

Working Definition of Integrative Teaching

Integrative Teaching is defined as the theory and practice of pedagogical development in relation to personal, professional and planetary development, grounded in thinking in community, fulfilled in curriculum philosophy, facilitated by learning in depth, achieved through positive teaching.

The Four Modalities of Integrative Teaching Defined


EduSynthesis defines the Goal of integrative teaching in the modality of curriculum philosophy, seeking balance and synergy between competing and conflicting curriculum ideologies


EduSynthesis defines the instrument of integrative teaching in the modality of positive teaching seeking to balance transformational modes of teacher agency


EduSynthesis defines the direction of integrative teaching in the modality of learning in depth, seeking to balance modes of understanding and the cognitive tools of deep literacy


EduSynthesis defines the ground of integrative teaching in the modality of embodied thinking, seeking to balance modes of thinking in community of inquiry

© 2023 Tim Saunders PhD : EduSynthesis : Integrative Education Network : Research, Training & Peer Support in Integrative Mentoring, Teaching, Leadership and Sustainable Development


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