Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Practice and Pedagogies
Interdisciplinarity is a popular term, increasingly used in teaching at higher education institutions. But what does it mean? What exactly are we teaching students on interdisciplinary modules? Are there ways that we can teach ‘interdisciplinary’ thinking? Are there particular ethical aspects of interdisciplinarity?
For the first time, this book brings together new theoretical and practical case studies from the UK and Europe. The chapters contained in this volume are developed from papers given at a range of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching conferences, hosted by various higher education institutions in the UK.
Editors: Dr Simon Scott teaches interdisciplinarity at the Department of Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences, at the University of Birmingham, UK. Ida Kemp has been working in the field of interdisciplinary higher education for over 20 years and is Chair of the Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching Conference Committee (UK).
Title: Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
Subtitle: Practice and Pedagogies
Subject Classification: Education, Research, Humanities
BIC Classification: JNM, G, J
BISAC Classification: EDU037000, SOC024000, EDU029040
Binding: Hardback, pp.(TBC)
Planned Publication date: September 2024
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-060-8
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-061-5
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