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Innovations of Carla Oonk

Boundary Crossing @ WUR
Course LevelCurriculum LevelAbove curriculumIncluding practical outcomeWageningen University & Research
Created: 10/03/2020
Modified: 21/05/2021
BC competence is a key competence to respond to emerging global challenges, and is therefore at the forefront of the educational vision of WUR (Wageningen University & Research, 2017). To contribute to students’ BC competence development and to further improve and implement boundary crossing experiences in Wageningen University, a Comenius Leadership Fellow was granted for the three year project:…
Dealing with diversity
Future engineering skills
Interdisciplinary education
Skills learning trajectories
Curriculum LevelBScInformative without practical outcomeWageningen University & Research
Created: 10/07/2020
Modified: 08/10/2020
The objective of this project is to evaluate the design and implementation of these learning trajectories for skills education. The project is divided in two phases. In the first phase, the process of the implementation is investigated: what choices were made before implementing the learning trajectory and why, and which factors promote or hinder a successful implementation? The second phase aims…
Future engineering skills
Teaching and Learning in Multi-stakeholder Learning Environments
Course LevelCurriculum LevelAbove curriculumEvidence BasedArticle (research paper)Including practical outcomeWageningen University & Research
Created: 13/02/2017
Modified: 23/09/2020
Current professional planners work in multi-stakeholder settings to collaboratively face complex, “wicked” societal problems. This requires them to “cross boundaries” in the sense of active interaction across practices and learning from these interactions. To prepare planning students for their “boundary crossing” profession, planning education needs effective learning environments that support …
Future engineering skills
Interdisciplinary education