integration

(redirected from Integrative thinking)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for integration

Synonyms for integration

the act, process, or result of abolishing racial segregation

Synonyms for integration

the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community

an operation used in the calculus whereby the integral of a function is determined

References in periodicals archive ?
Among her topics are positioning demand for innovation in mixed methods research, advancing integrative thinking with complexity in mixed methods research, defining systems of complex mixed methods research contexts, developing capacity of complex mixed methods research interactions, and realizing complexity-sensitive mixed methods research.
This might involve having students work in teams on applying integration to particular topics, giving options for developing personal perspectives and applications of integrative thinking in their own lives, or applying integrative thinking to current topics.
Presenting the content as a whole eliminates possible errors within the structure building while further developing critical and integrative thinking by challenging the learner with relevant and complex situations.
QEERI is committed to sharing this knowledge with the public through an innovative portal to give people the opportunity to discover and learn more and to encourage integrative thinking and planning across different organisations -- governmental, scientific and civil.
Gauthier and Rosa-Neto (Alzheimer disease, and neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry, McGill U., Canada) present 39 case studies from neurologists and other clinicians around the world to illustrate to medical students, family doctors, and neurology residents common and unusual cases of various diseases that feature dementia and to reinforce clinical reasoning, integrative thinking, and problem-solving skills in diagnosis.
Creation of the Integrative Seminars To better promote clinical decision-making and integrative thinking, three sequential seminars are taken concurrently with each A&E course.
For Martin, both analytics and intuitive insight are necessary to create successful breakthroughs; he calls this productive synthesis "design thinking." In his books The Opposable Mind: Winning through Integrative Thinking and The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage, he explores design thinking and its importance in making the truly important decisions.
more interpretative transitional integrative thinking of new and old.
Interdisciplinary approaches and integrative thinking can enhance the lives of those residing in nursing homes, but if the interdisciplinary team is not educated to really think like one, the results will not honor the complexity that each person represents.
Examining topics in such a framework pushes students to acquire skills of integrative thinking and hones both analysis and self-reflection.
Understanding the cause of disease transmission required a form of integrative thinking that fused local and specialized knowledge with a broader look at the long duree of urban development.
AB: Some educators and corporate leaders feel there are some unmet needs in business training in such areas as leadership development, skill at critical, creative and integrative thinking, and understanding organisational realities.
But multiple-choice questions that focus on factual knowledge and require fast decisions cannot gauge students' abilities with regard to critical reasoning and integrative thinking, Schneider believes.
Roger Martin in his book, The Opposable Mind, provides the reader with an introduction to integrative thinking. The definition of this concept he provides the reader is as follows:
Full browser ?