Holistic learning sees the teaching-learning process as a whole, the student does not learn Mathematics on the one hand, Language on the other and Natural and Social Sciences on the other. The student learns when he is able to integrate her knowledge to obtain understandable and meaningful knowledge that helps him solve problems and obtain answers. When he studies History, he can do Mathematical calculations to know how many years ago a hero died or how many kilometers San Martín traveled when crossing the Andes Mountains (geographical location), for example.

Holistic learning must not only connect the subjects that make up the curriculum but also with the values of the society in which they develop their lives and with the personal and social events that they experience.