In inter- and transdisciplinary teaching and learning, normally stable discipline boundaries are suspended in the collaborative interaction of students from different faculties. Vital in this is an approach to teaching that facilitates such collaboration, and that takes place in spaces that are ‘open.’ In this interactive workshop we will work together to consider some of the opportunities and challenges of teaching outside disciplinary structures using inter- and transdisciplinary pedagogic techniques and develop approaches to facilitating interdisciplinarity in the classroom using undergraduate modules from the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning as a case study.
Lunch will be provided at 1.30pm before the workshop begins.
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|Workshop Facilitated by|
Naomi de la Tour, Institute of Advanced Learning (IATL)
Alignment with UKPSF
A1: Design and plan learning activities/programmes of study
A2: Teach and/or support learning
A4: Develop effective learning environments
K2: Appropriate methods for teaching & learning
K3: How students learn
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