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.
I contributed a case study to ‘Designing Interdisciplinary Education: A Practical Handbook for University Teachers (Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity)’ titled ‘The Teacher as Co-Learner’. Continue Reading
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.
Hauke E, Craddock D, Cresswell-Maynard K. (2015) An Interdisciplinary Approach to Embedding The Global Dimension Into Engineering Design: Empathy, Engagement and Creativity. Great Expectations: Design Teaching, Research & Enterprise. The 17th International Conference on Engineering & Product Design Education. Loughborough University. London, The Design Society.
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.