Global Challenges teaching at Imperial College has been cited as an excellent example of inclusive learning. Continue Reading
I have now been teaching in the Global Challenges field for over a year. Most of my previous Higher Education teaching had been in social sciences following a fairly standard lecture-seminar format. On joining the Global Challenges team, I was looking forward to adopting more innovative pedagogical practices and, a year on, I have not been disappointed.
Hauke, E. (2016) Using and Abusing TBL to Sow the Seeds of Interdisciplinarity. Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Frameworks and Practice. University of Sheffield. Sheffield, UK.
I was invited to give a presentation titled ‘Seeking the Authentic: Grounding Our Approach to the Complex, Wild and Unfamiliar’ at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Amsterdam by Linda de Greef and Lucy Wenting.
After winning the GDEE European Award for Best Practice in the Integration of Sustainable Human Development into Engineering and Technical Education, I was invited to contribute a book chapter support a series of online courses to help engineering educators consider the global dimension in higher education. Continue Reading
A developed and fuller version of the conference paper presented in 2014 at Michigan State University* was presented at the National Interdisciplinary Curriculum Group meeting.
Hauke, E. (2014) Tackling interdisciplinarity early: transforming scientific expertise into global citizenship. In: Interdisciplinary Public Problems, the Global Community, and Diversity. 36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, Michigan State University. Lancing, USA.