The University of Warwick was delighted to host the 5th annual Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Conference (UK).
This year Conference took place virtually on the 15th of April 2020 and explored a variety of issues in the theme of:
Interdisciplinarity: Learning from Each Other
The main Topics of the conference are:
- Interdisciplinary Practices in the Varied Contexts of Higher Education
How can teachers and students practically create a collaborative, student-centred, interdisciplinary learning environment from curriculum development to in-class and/or online delivery, to assessment, to student support?
- Interdisciplinary Experiences
What is the experience of interdisciplinary learning and teaching in the classrooms where you teach and/or learn? Why is it valuable for teachers and/or students?
- Interdisciplinary Governance and Policies
How do we evaluate interdisciplinary learning and teaching? Can standard measurements be applied? If not, what do we do? How do we meaningfully advocate it at institutional and governmental levels?
- Interdisciplinary Impacts
Why is an interdisciplinary, collaborative learning and teaching experience valuable for staff and students? What are the impacts on its participants? What are its outcomes?