Hi, I'm up in Scotland following the Curriculum for Excellence. I'm on my final placement of the PGDE. The central focus for this placement is Interdisciplinary Learning. The more I try and get my head around it, the more I start to feel panicky as I realise I haven't a clue how to approach it. The input from Uni has been woeful- I really don't feel that I've been adequately prepared for this approach to learning. To compound the issue, none of the teachers in my placement school use it. I thought I had strung together a six-lesson interdisciplinary sequence looking at pollution, but it turns out what I have done is a cross-curricular approach instead, with discrete subjects being taught, linked together by the topic of pollution. This apparently isn't what is required. I cannot find anything in the literature that uni has given us, or indeed on the internet with explicit instructions on crafting an interdisciplinary sequence. I am going around in circles and feel like this could be the banana-skin that finally halts my progress. Any help or advice would be highly appreciated. Thanks!