“We Built This City”: A Case Study of Interdisciplinary Design

Trinity Hall’s academic program is described as interdisciplinary. What does that mean? That means that the faculty works together across their disciplines to make connections within the curriculum.

In order to better understand the innovative nature of this approach, read about the project our STEM and humanities teachers assigned our 10th-grade students in the spring of 2017. Our faculty is presenting this project at local and national conferences as an example of how an interdisciplinary project is developed and executed.

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