Sources Related to Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

Armstrong, F. (1980). “Faculty Development Through Interdisciplinarity.” JGE: The Journal of General Education, 32(1), 52-63.

Association of American Colleges and Universities. 2010. What Works in Facilitating Interdisciplinary Learning in Science and Mathematics. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.  http://www.aacu.org/pkal/interdisciplinarylearning/documents/KeckExecutiveSummary.pdf.

Augsburg, Tanya. (2005) Becoming Interdisciplinary: An Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Baxter Magolda, M. B. and King, P. M. (eds.) (2004). Learning partnerships: Theory and models of practice to educate for self-authorship. Sterling, VA; Stylus.

Boix-Mansilla, V. (2005). “Assessing Student Work at Disciplinary Crossroads.” Change 37 (January/February): 14-21.

Boix-Mansilla, V. and Dawes, L. (2007, March/April). Toward a framework for assessing students’ interdisciplinary work. Journal of Higher Education, 78(2), 215-237.

Boix-Mansilla, V., Miller, W. C., and Gardner, H. (2000). On disciplinary lenses and interdisciplinary work. In Interdisciplinary curriculum: challenges to implementation. New York: Teachers College, 17-38.

Bonwell, C. C. (1996). Enhancing the lecture: revitalizing a traditional format. In T. E. Sutherland & C. C. Bonwell (Eds.), Using active learning in college classes: A range of options for faculty. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Davis, J. R. (1995).  Interdisciplinary Courses and Team Teaching: New Arrangements for Learning. ACE Series on Higher Education. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.

Edwards, A. F., Jr.  (1996). Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Programs: A Directory.  2nd ed.  Acton, MA: Copley Publishing Group.

Field, M., Lee, R., & Field, M. L. (1994). Assessing interdisciplinary learning. In J. T. Klein & W. G. Doty (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Studies Today. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 69-84.

Field, M. & Stowe, D. (2002). Transforming interdisciplinary teaching and learning through assessment. In C. Haynes (Ed.) Innovations in Interdisciplinary Teaching. Westport,CT: Oryx Press, 256-74.

Fiscella, J. & Kimmel, S. (1999). Interdisciplinary Education: A Guide to Resources.  New York: The College Board.

Gaff, J. (1980, Fall). Avoiding the Potholes: Strategies for Reforming General Education. Educational Record, 50-59.

Gardner, H. and Boix-Mansilla, V. (Winter 1994). Teaching for understanding in the disciplines—and beyond. Teachers College Record, 96, 198-281.

Haynes, C. (2004). Promoting Self-Authorship Through An Interdisciplinary Writing Curriculum. InM. Baxter Magolda and P. M. King (Eds.), Learning Partnerships: Theory and Models of Practices to Educate for Self-Authorship. Sterling, VA.: Stylus, 63-90.

Haynes, C., ed. (2002) Innovations in Interdisciplinary Teaching. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Haynes, C., & Brown Leonard, J. (2010). From surprise parties to mapmaking: Undergraduate journeys toward interdisciplinary understanding. Journal of Higher Education, 81, 645-666.

Heinscheid, J.M., ed. (2004). Integrating the first-year experience: The role of first-year seminars in learning communities. Columbia, SC: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina.

Henry, S. (2005). “Disciplinary Hegemony Meets Interdisciplinary Ascendancy: Can Interdisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies Survive, and If so, How?” Issue in Integrative Studies 23:1-37.

Henry, K. B. and Schein, H. K. (1998). Academic Community in Residence Halls: What Differentiates a Hall with a Living/Learning Program? The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 27(2), 9-13.

Hibbard, K.M. (1996). Performance-based learning and assessment. A teacher’s guide. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Huber, M.T. and Hutchings, P. (2004). Integrative learning: Mapping the terrain.  Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Johnson, D. W., Johnson, R. T. & Smith, K. A. (1991). Cooperative learning: increasing college faculty instructional productivity. Washington, D.C.: School of Education and Human Development,The George Washington University.

Kezar, A., and S. Elrod. 2011. “Facilitating Interdisciplinary Learning: Lessons from Project Kaleidoscope.” Change Magazine 44(1): 16-25.

Klein, J. T.  (2010). Creating Interdisciplinary Campus Cultures. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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Klein, J. T. & Doty, W. G., eds. (1994).   Interdisciplinary Studies Today.  New Directions for Teaching and Learning #58. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Klein, J. T. & Newell, W. H. (1998). Advancing interdisciplinary studies. In W. H. Newell (Ed.), Interdisciplinarity: Essays from the Literature. New York: College Entrance Examination Board, 3-22.

MacGregor, J., Smith, B.L., Matthews, R. & Gabelnick, F. (2001). Learning Communities: Creating Connections Among Students, Faculty and Disciplines. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

National Research Council (US). Committee on Undergraduate Biology Educaiotn to Prepare Research Scientists fro the 21st Century. 2003. Bio2010: Transforming undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

Newell, William H., ed. (1998). Interdisciplinarity: Essays from the Literature.  New York: The College Board.

Paxson, T., Jr. (1996). “Models of Interaction Between Disciplines.” Journal of General Education 45(2), 79-94.

Repko, Allen (2008). Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Rhodes, T. (ed.) 2010. Assessing Outcomes and Improveing Achievement: Tips and Tools for Using Rubrics. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.  http://www.aacu.org/value/publications.cfm.

Richards, D. G. (1996). “The Meaning and Relevance of ‘Synthesis’ in Interdisciplinary Studies.” Journal of General Education 45(2), 114-128.

Riordan, T. and Roth, J., eds. (2005). Disciplines as frameworks for student learning: Teaching the practice of the disciplines. Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Seabury, M. B., ed. (1999).  Interdisciplinary General Education: Questioning Outside the Lines/ the University of Hartford Experience.  New York<: The College Board.

Wolfe, C. R. & Haynes, C. (2003). Interdisciplinary writing assessment profiles. Issues in Integrative Studies, 21, 126-69.

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