1 edition of Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education found in the catalog.
Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education
Karri A. Holley
Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-120) and indexes.
|Statement||Karri A. Holley|
|Series||ASHE higher education report -- v. 35, no. 2, Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series, ASHE higher education report -- v. 35, no. 2., Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series|
|LC Classifications||LB2361.5 .H65 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||2011380819|
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Interdisciplinary teaching, learning, and research are often heralded as necessary responses to the many pressures facing contemporary higher education. Defined as the integration of knowledge from two or more disciplines, interdisciplinary work requires a change in the boundaries and norms that have long defined the : Paperback.
Book by Karri A Holley. Review by Dr. Peter Kim. Academic Success Center. UNLV. The definition of Interdisciplinary Studies as part of, and at the same time, in conflict with the traditions of academia is chronicled in Holley’s Understanding Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education.
Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education. Author Holley, Karri A. Title Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education / Karri A. Holley. Format Book Published San Francisco, Calif.: Jossey-Bass ; Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley Periodicals, c Description.
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We explore the potential drivers for and barriers to interdisciplinary education in design from the student learning perspective. To achieve this, a series of in-depth student interview studies were conducted at two interdisciplinary design schools in the Republic of Korea and the UK.
Results indicated both awareness and synthesis of interdisciplinary perspectives across the two by: 1. Understanding Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education.
By Karri A. Holley. ASHE Higher Education Report: Vol Number 2. San Francisco, Calif.: Jossey‐Bass, vii + pages. ISBN ‐0‐‐‐4. $ It is not uncommon to hear discussions around interdisciplinary approaches and their successes in higher education. Equally. The objective of this paper is to present the Interdisciplinary Higher Education Program (ProFIS) of the University of Campinas – UNICAMP – and discuss the main challenges Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education book to the.
Special Issue: Understanding Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education. Holley, Karri A., Ed. ASHE Higher Education Report, v35 n2 p The goal of this volume is to provide an overview of interdisciplinarity and American higher by: No longer are higher education institutions able to train graduates to address all of the current and emerging challenges from a singular disciplinary source.
Interdisciplinary (ID) approaches to. (Carolyn Haynes Journal of Higher Education) "This book is a timely and important resource for all of us who are working to facilitate communication across disciplines.
It is clear that solutions to the thorniest problems of the 21st century will require interdisciplinary collaboration, but, as Dr. Strober illustrates, the collaborative process Cited by: Interdisciplinary trends in higher education. draw on common synergies to provide optimal research and learning opportunities: and challenges of large-scale interdisciplinary Cited by: Interdisciplinary provision in higher education: current and future challenges.
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Introduction: Exploring challenges in designing and teaching (inter)disciplinary and (inter)cultural programmes in higher education W. Douglas Baker and Judith L. Green. Language and culture learning in higher education via telecollaboration Dorothy M.
Chun. Interdisciplinary Higher Education: Redesigning for Industry /ch The Industry vision entails collaborations between technology specialists and industrial experts who are adept at integrating their specialized knowledgeAuthor: Mohd Nazri Mahmud, Thomas William Ridgman. Holley, K.,Understanding Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education, San Francisco, Wiley Subscription Services.
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What role does a university have in preparing students to meet these challenges, and how best can it do this. The volatile situation in higher education system vis-à-vis internationalization of higher education creates many opportunities as well as challenges to the teachers of higher education.
Pressures for change in the field of teacher education are escalating significantly as part of systemic education reform initiatives in a broad spectrum of. Overcoming the Challenges Facing Interdisciplinary Teachers. There are a number of strategies and actions an instructor can adopt to facilitate a smooth transition to offering interdisciplinary learning opportunities.
Become sufficiently knowledgeable- read introductory level material on topics to be covered from related disciplines. Talk to. There are many opportunities to acquire personal attributes and skills outside the curriculum – from volunteering schemes to student societies.
Choice, by Author: Don Nutbeam. Interdisciplinary Research - Challenges and Opportunities for Actuarial Profession 1 Author: Aldona Skučaitė, Lecturer at Vilnius University (Lithuania), email: [email protected] ; [email protected] Reference number: 57 Track: Education and Professionalism Abstract.
In recent years more and more attention is paid to interdisciplinary File Size: KB. There are increasing pressures on universities to make their graduates ready for life and work, in addition to ensuring technical and professional competence.
This chapter discusses the implications of supporting such an approach for higher education in a university in Australia where the university was treated as an urban living lab, supporting student engagement for a course innovated to Author: Usha Iyer-Raniga.
Special Issue: Understanding Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education. ASHE Higher Education Report. [Accessed Decem ]. Cited by: Interdisciplinarity is a buzzword in academic research and education, but few universities are able to pay more than lip service to this concept.
Indeed, the very nature of academia resists Author: Elizabeth Dzeng. Future studies might concentrate on student perceptions of the benefits and challenges of interdisciplinarity within the disciplines of Geography and Business.
References. DAVIES, M. and DEVLIN, M. () Interdisciplinary higher education: Implications for teaching and learning, University of Melbourne Center for the Study of Higher Education.
interdisciplinary higher education, but also the effectiveness of its implementation. This inquiry comes at a time of rapid change and new challenges in higher education.
Accreditation commissions, such as the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, 6. acknowledge the challenge of establishing standards to meet the.
A structured process of peer learning while working with real-life challenges: Interdisciplinary student teams participate in site-specific working groups, joint field trips and co-generation of policy briefs: Students given concrete interdisciplinary experience.
Learning by working on a real issue, and carrying responsibility in real by: 9. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Challenges and Opportunities within the Disciplines: However, although such unification seems feasible and practical, there are also challenges in the integration.
One of the main interdisciplinary challenges within humanities and social sciences is the understanding of the differences existing between sub areas in the discipline itself. For. Challenges. If interdisciplinary research is so important, why doesn’t everybody do it.
The barriers are both practical and institutional. 7 – 9 Academic tradition organizes research by disciplinary departments creating barriers to promotion for those who have interdisciplinary careers by disagreement over what constitutes high quality research, significant teaching effort, and appropriate Cited by: Holley, K.
Special issue: Understanding interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities in higher education. ASHE Higher Education Report, 35(2), This volume reviews interdisciplinarity and higher education, focusing on the impact of interdisciplinary work related to the functions of teaching, learning, and research.
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