Integrated curriculum is a student-centred, constructivist approach to teaching and learning. It produces rich connections between disciplinary content and allows students to develop meaningful understanding of large ideas that transcend any particular discipline. Students who experience an integrated curriculum often academically outperform peers from traditional classes. They also experience social benefits such as motivation to learn, collaborative abilities, and increased self-efficacy. Many of these benefits occur regardless of the model used in developing the integrated curricula, and there are many approaches that can be organised by foundation, continuum, or domain.