Transdisciplinarity and training the next generation of researchers: Problem-centered approaches to research and problem-based learning
This article suggests that transdisciplinary approaches to social research, which are problem centered, are necessary for addressing contemporary social problems. Thus, it suggests that it is important to teach students how to think and design research in transdisciplinary ways. The article details how transdisciplinary approaches to research can be coupled with problem-based learning (PBL) in order to teach students responsive problem-solving strategies and qualitative research skills.
Leavy, P. (2012). Transdisciplinarity and training the next generation of researchers: Problem-centered approaches to research and problem-based learning. International Review of Qualitative Research, 5(2), 205-223. Full Text.
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