BANGALORE: ACTS and the British Council have come together to organise an interactive workshop on innovative approaches to education based on Ken Gnanakan’s book “Integrated Learning” published by Oxford University Press. The workshop will engage teachers and educators in discussion on how integration is possible in the classroom, particularly using the teaching of English as the core emphasis. Some aspects for instance will be learning English to develop environmental awareness, using English for building ethical values, role of language in building leadership skills, integrating technology in education, education for socio-economic reform, and new education models. The two-hour workshop will roughly have a 45-minute introduction (lecture and interaction), a 45-min group discussion, and a half hour wrap-up session. According to OUP, the concept of Integrated Learning in the book is captured:“Creativity in education with a focus on interdisciplinary approach and positive teacher-student interaction.