transdisciplinary

trans·dis·cip·li·nar·y

(trans-dis'ip-li-nar-ē)
A unified provision of services as two or more professional disciplines work simultaneously in a single integrated plan of care.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Upon shifting to a transdisciplinary approach, will large projects consume a disproportionate amount of the grant money pool?
"Witnessing" major changes in the curricula, "at" different ways of assessment, at teaching and learning in a transdisciplinary manner which took by surprise the students who, in turn, "feel" disarmed and unable to cope with these changes that take place in a very fast rate.
I also provide some history of transdisciplinarity, and introduce readers to "Miss Smith", a composite of five middle school teachers who hold a transdisciplinary orientation.
In 1990, Julie Klein wrote of "a subtle restructuring of knowledge", changing "the way we think about the way we think" and yet, after all these years, although intuitively it may be recognized that more than any single discipline is needed to address complex systems, there is still ambiguity about the principles and processes of transdisciplinary systemic working and the capabilities and skills needed to do so.
This paper comprehensively explores, interprets and evaluates potential (transdisciplinary) issues with the analytic focus on complexity, uncertainty and unpredictability within current virtual community research, arguing that greater conceptual care, epistemological vigilance and ethical responsibility are needed.
Among his topics are ecological economics as a transdisciplinary approach to sustainability, ecological economics as a policy science, bridging the gap between the theory and practice, and developing effective policies for ecological agriculture.
There is a need to embrace technology-infused education, transdisciplinary approaches to care, and translational research.
The event marked the establishment of a new MFA in Transdisciplinary Design at Parsons.
It also marked the establishment of a new MFA in transdisciplinary design at Parsons.
The collective wisdom and experience of these practitioners provide readers with insight into the transdisciplinary nature of the 16 Habits of Mind--intelligent behaviors that lead to success in school and the larger world--as well as model lessons and suggestions for weaving the habits into daily instruction in language arts, music, physical education, social studies, math, foreign language, and other content areas.
They cut across traditional academic and professional boundaries to demonstrate a new transdisciplinary approach to environmental problem solving.