95002 TD: Reframing, remixing, reimagining society6cp; Autumn Session, weekly July Session, block; Availability: all enrolled UTS undergraduate students
Requisite(s): 36 credit points of completed study in any Bachelor's Degree OR 36 credit points of completed study in any Bachelor's Combined Degree OR 36 credit points of completed study in any Bachelor's Honours Embedded
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 95010 TD: Reframing, remixing, reimagining society +
Not suitable for students who are admitted in C20060 Diploma in Innovation.
In this subject, students interrogate their personal and disciplinary mental models, worldviews, biases and assumptions to question the current framing of complex societal problems, by examining a real-world challenge posed by the Australian Red Cross. Students consider community resilience from a range of alternative perspectives from across disciplinary and professional areas and work in multidisciplinary teams to playfully remix these perspectives and devise new approaches to tackling climate change. A range of creative methods are used to cultivate a culture of curiosity, experimentation, and inventiveness, while also identifying and probing unknowns. Through generating novel responses to this urgent real-world challenge, students test their own emerging disciplinary or professional expertise; they learn to collaborate across differences, generate insights well beyond their discipline, and use these insights to create new avenues for action in the real-world.
July Session, Distance
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