Interdisciplinary and intercultural programmes in higher education : exploring challenges in designing and teaching
This book explores how logic-in-use leads to a particular understanding of the phenomena of interest. This book was originally published as a special issue of Pedagogies: An Educational Journal.
Print Book, English, 2019
Routledge, London, 2019
1 volume ; 25 cm
Introduction: Exploring challenges in designing and teaching (inter)disciplinary and (inter)cultural programmes in higher education 1. Language and culture learning in higher education via telecollaboration 2. An emic lens into online learning environments in PBL in undergraduate dentistry 3. Designing interdisciplinary instruction: exploring disciplinary and conceptual differences as a resource 4. Challenging points of contact among supervisor, mentor teacher and teacher candidates: conflicting institutional expectations 5. Navigating across academic contexts: Campo and Angolan students in a Brazilian university 6. Interdisciplinary dialogues as a site for reflexive exploration of conceptual understandings of teaching–learning relationships