SIG Interdisciplinarity and Community Engaged Learning: Dealing with uncertainty as a teacher

How does your role as a teacher change in inter- or transdisciplinary teaching? And how do you deal with the uncertainty involved in these forms of teaching? On 11 June, the Special Interest Group (SIG) Interdisciplinarity and Community Engaged Learning will join forces to exchange mutual experiences. 

During the SIG, we will address the tasks and roles of the teacher in the different phases of inter- and transdisciplinary teaching, from preparation to implementation and evaluation. In addition, two examples of courses will be discussed: what does the role of the lecturer in these courses look like? Roos de Jonge (UMCU) and Gerard van der Ree (UCU) will talk about their experiences and share their perspective on uncertainty as a lecturer in education.

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