Learning theories and interdisciplinary epistemologies
Devlin, Marcia 2008, Learning theories and interdisciplinary epistemologies, in TLHE 2008 : Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, TLHE, [Singapore].
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TLHE 2008 : Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
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Interdisciplinary teaching and learning in higher education incorporates multiple ways of knowing. As interdisciplinary pedagogies become increasingly important in a global knowledge economy, which learning theories best inform thinking and practice in these endeavours? This paper explores a range of theories and ideas about learning, including constructivism, situated learning, experiential learning and phenomenography, and their relevance to interdisciplinarity in higher education.
Invited lecture at the National Univerity of Singapore. Watch this lecture on youtube: slides available on slideshare
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