Interdisciplinary correlation


Despite the doubts in terms of success or failure of high schools, our teachers quickly acquire new experience, reflecting on the quality of their work. However, the fact remains that today more than ever, high schools are in need of innovative directions to keep up with the times.
With this purpose in mind we implement new strategies to motivate the students of specialized streams.
We believe that finding alternative methods of teaching is a crucial skill for high school teachers. The novelty in approaches can truly enhance the learning process. Interdisciplinary correlation is an ideal method for the teaching and learning of 21st Century Skills.
An interdisciplinary curriculum combines several school subjects into one active project or is organized to cut across subject-matter lines, bringing together various aspects of the curriculum into meaningful association.
We use more than one discipline to examine a central theme, issue, problem, topic, or experience.
In this lesson we correlate English and Physics examining the topic:

The Theory of Relativity.

Integration focuses on making connections for students, allowing them to engage in relevant, meaningful activities that can be connected to real life»
Co-teaching allows the two colleagues to spend a common planning time together to create student-centered lesson plans that will benefit all students within the classroom. Co-teaching can also set an example for our students to see how people must work together in a respectful manner. It is not a new practice, as educators have been using it to share the responsibilities of planning and instructing their students.
The students of grade 10-7 are especially interested in the glossary of Math-Physics terms related to the topic researched.
Grade 10-7
Teachers-N. Gevorgyan(English)
R. Tamazyan (Physics)
S. Aleksanyan (Information Technology)



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