Difference between revisions of "Integration"

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In general, integration is the process of combining or bringing together into an interwoven whole. 
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During learning, different sources of information or prior [[knowledge components]] often must be combined or "integrated" to create more complex knowledge components.
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One form of integration being explored in PSLC is [[visual-verbal integration]].
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See also [[coordination]].
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The state of combination or the process of combining into completeness and harmony.
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[[Category:Learning processes]]
 
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Any bringing together of things.
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Revision as of 09:32, 5 May 2007

In general, integration is the process of combining or bringing together into an interwoven whole.

During learning, different sources of information or prior knowledge components often must be combined or "integrated" to create more complex knowledge components.

One form of integration being explored in PSLC is visual-verbal integration.

See also coordination.