Integrated Knowing

Integrated knowing is mental structures resulting from integrated learning in which intention, emotion, and cognition are wholly connected with knowing that one, knowing how and knowing that.

where X is the connecting of ‘knowing that’, ‘knowing how’ and ‘knowing that one’, and L is a learner.

Integrated Knowing

Figure 3. Nine kinds of knowing

The image below illustrates the full integration of intention, cognition, and emotion with the three kinds of knowing.

Totally integrated knowing

Figure 4. Illustration of integrated knowing. Drawings by Colin Gray.

See also integrated learning image for an explanation of each of the rounded squares, divided into three areas to represent intention, cognition and emotion.

For contrast, see also weakly integrated knowing.