University of Technology Sydney

94754 Transdisciplinary Interventions and Initiatives: Beyond Impact

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What gets valued in different collectives, and why?

In this subject, participants engage with understanding learning from a systems perspective. As participants consider initiatives that could have educational and societal impact, they explore and identify where interventions might be best leveraged. In the process of examining and proposing transdisciplinary learning interventions and associated initiatives, participants probe into the ethical considerations and challenges that arise. They critically examine measures of quality and questions about legacy against which initiatives and outcomes might be evaluated. As participants make sense of the complex and messy dynamics of transdisciplinary learning practices, they generate new questions for inquiry in their professional fields.

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