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Interdisciplinary Education

CoP Interdisciplinary Education

In this community of practice, we bring together lecturers to engage in dialogue about innovative practices in interdisciplinary teaching to get inspired, learn from each other, and further improve the quality of our interdisciplinary teaching. We want to promote collaborations, explore new possibilities, and take new initiatives in interdisciplinary teaching.

We build on existing connections across disciplines in research, expand on them in education and optimize visibility to our own community of lecturers and to our students by displaying interdisciplinary research and its rationale as well as methods.

As a community, we connect to the four schools (Aletta Jacobs School, Jantina Tammes School, Wubbo Ockels School and Rudolf Agricola School) that focus on interdisciplinary research and teaching as well as the ENLIGHT network.

Within the wider CoP IE,  the CoP has some special interest groups or themes: 

  • Interdisciplinary Minors

  • Learning Communities

  • Challenge Based Education

  • Connection between interdisciplinary education and interdisciplinary research

Another important pillar is to provide information about possibilities for funding (grants, programmes) for developing interdisciplinary education, in collaboration with TAG Grants support.

During the Education Festival 2023 the CoP has presented two online sessions. You can watch them via the links below:

Dr. Marline Lisette Wilders
Dr. Marline Lisette Wilders

Marline Lisette Wilders - Community of Practice Leader
Dr. Marline Lisette Wilders is Assistant Professor of Arts in Society at UCG and the Faculty of Arts. At UCG she teaches Artivism, Visual and Arts Based Methods, research skills, and gives project-based education. At the Faculty of Arts, she teaches research methods for Social Sciences and Humanities and is second year coordinator of the Research Master Cultural Leadership.

At TAG she focuses on stimulating the dialogue on innovative practices in interdisciplinary teaching within the community of practice. Moreover, she is interested in exploring and encouraging new teaching collaborations that bridge faculties and disciplines.

Dr. Marline Lisette Wilders
Watch the video

Meet Marline Lisette Wilders and learn more about the goals of the Community of Practice Interdisciplinary Education.
Watch the video

More information & participation
Do you have a question or would you like to actively participate in this community?
Please contact community leader, Marline Lisette Wilders, through m.l.wilders

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