Teaching integration involves engaging students as active participants in the unfolding relationship of psychology and Christianity, with a particular focus on integration. Ten specific teaching strategies are offered to help students enter into the challenges and opportunities of integration. The teaching strategies are organized according to Moon's (1997) four directions for integration: practical, personal, classic, and contemporary.
McMinn, Mark R.; Moon, Gary W.; and McCormick, Angela G., "Integration in the Classroom: Ten Teaching Strategies" (2009). Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology. 197.