University of Technology, Sydney

Staff directory | Webmail | Maps | Newsroom | What's on

94660 Designing for Transdisciplinary Learning: Principles and Practices

8cp
Requisite(s): 94659 Transdisciplinary Learning Experiences and Models

Description

This subject provokes participants to investigate how collective learning environments can be designed to support the development of graduate capabilities needed to work in complex transdisciplinary projects. As a cohort, participants collaborate to develop design proposals for transdisciplinary initiatives to address (educational) problems or opportunities, potentially originating in different disciplines or fields of professional practice. In that creative design process, they identify and involve stakeholders in ways that promote agency and generate new possibilities. Participants also elicit those values and principles underpinning a range of transdisciplinary initiatives and distil design parameters to guide the development of their proposals, including key transdisciplinary practices. The subject culminates with presentations of these transdisciplinary education prototypes in an open seminar to gauge wider feedback and stakeholder interest with the intention of shaping subsequent development.


Detailed subject description.

Access conditions

Note: The requisite information presented in this subject description covers only academic requisites. Full details of all enforced rules, covering both academic and admission requisites, are available at access conditions and My Student Admin.