Venturing Into Interdisciplinary Tasks: Common Challenges for Faculty and Students
This article offers a series of vignettes of a group of faculty working together to write a collection of essays on interdisciplinary teaching and learning, as these shed light on possibilities for transformative experiences for undergraduates in interdisciplinary courses. Sample issues explored: beginning with a plan or letting the plan emerge, finding a focus amidst a plethora of materials and methods, relating concrete and abstract. What can we learn from our own processes of interdisciplinary work to improve our processes of teaching?
Bundy Seabury, Marcia. "Venturing Into Interdisciplinary Tasks: Common Challenges for Faculty and Students." Issues in Integrative Studies 17 (1999): 71-85.
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