NEW Release: EDU:TRANSVERSAL Educational Turn / Bildungsoffensive


Book Cover
Cover of my new publication: Mateus-Berr, Ruth. EDU:TRANSVERSAL No. 01/2022: Educational Turn / Bildungsoffensive, De Gruyter. Cover ©Pia Scharler

I am happy to announce the launch of my brandnew publication "EDU:TRANSVERSAL No. 01/2022: Educational Turn / Bildungsoffensive", published by De Gruyter (Edition Angewandte)

I am very excited to share these news with you - hot off the press:

First issue of a new periodical on transversal research in education annually presenting the latest results of national and international transversal research as well as the state of the art of interdisciplinarity in subject didactics - with the aim to trigger a transversal turn in education.



Book presentation

Launch and presentation will take place at this year's Angewandte Festival

More Infos here >> https://www.angewandtefestival.at/2022/beitraege/buchprasentation-edutransversal

Date: Thursday 30.06.

Time: 5:00 pm

Location: 2. Stock (Terrasse), Vordere Zollamtstraße 7, 1030 Wien




About the publication

Interdisciplinary education offensive

Challenges of a complex, volatile world require solutions that reconcile divergent perspectives and interests. In schools, interdisciplinarity has been part of curricula for decades, but as "interdisciplinary/cross-curricular" it is rarely applied as a collaborative practice.


Inter- and cross-disciplinary, transversal thinking are fundamental components of meaning creation in contemporary (university and school) education. The challenges presented by an increasingly complex and volatile world require solutions that reconcile divergent perspectives.

The journal EDU:TRANSVERSAL offers the possibility of bringing together research results from (inter-)national transversal epicenters.

Thus mapping the state of the art of interdisciplinarity to spark a transversal turn in education.

Communication between subjects is not enough. Without meaningful cooperation, opportunities to connect remain unused, and teachers and students do not benefit from the experience of lived interdisciplinarity.

  • State of the Art of Interdisciplinary Research in Subject Didactics.

  • With contributions by Christine Künzli David, Anna Maria Loffredo, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger and others.

  • The publication is part of the university’s book series “Edition Angewandte,” published by de Gruyter.


Contributors

Ruth Mateus-Berr, Anja Seipenbusch, Pia Scharler, L. Vanessa Gruber



Read for yourself:

Soon available from De Gruyter



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