Constructive Alignment; Design considerations for Interdisciplinary Education: Commentary 7.3

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Abstract

This commentary addresses how designing interdisciplinary education differs from merely addressing diversity. It will give clues and examples of elements relevant to interdisciplinary education design.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInterdisciplinary Practices in Higher Education
Subtitle of host publicationTeaching, Learning and Collaborating across Borders
EditorsBianca Vienni-Baptista, Merel van Goch, Rianne van Lambalgen, Katrine Ellemose Lindvig
Place of PublicationUK
PublisherRoutledge - Taylor & Francis Group
Chapter7
Pages?
Number of pages6
Edition1st edition
ISBN (Electronic) 9781003286004
ISBN (Print)Hb:978-1-32-23420-5
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2024

Bibliographical note

Renate G. Klaassen, born in the Netherlands, has a BSc and MSc in English Language and Literature at Leiden University. She graduated as a Doctor from TU Delft in 2001, addressing the Challenges of learning and teaching in English medium Instruction in Higher Education. She currently is Senior Researcher at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics (Prime-group) and Senior Policy advisor for PhD policies at the Policy and Implementation Unit, both at TU Delft. She is a guest editor of a Special issue in Frontiers in Education on Interdisciplinary Learning and Education.

Keywords

  • Interdisciplinary Education
  • Constructive Allignment

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