Much scholarship available on team-teaching focuses on K-12 programming, with limited examples in post-secondary education. Adding to the growing research on college-level team-taught courses, this reflection describes how interdisciplinary team-teaching can offernot only a pedagogically innovative experience for students but also highlight the strengths of the faculty in their teaching and research areas. In addition to reviewing the differences between interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary curricula, we reflect on our experience deliveringGlobalization as a team-taught course, designing learning outcomes and course material, and negotiating classroom strategies, highlighting successful components and considering future iterations.
Nielsen, Danielle; Sabenacio Nititham, Diane; and Polizzi, Marc, "Interdisciplinary Team Teaching Reflections on Praxis and Pedagogy in an Undergraduate Classroom" (2021). Faculty & Staff Research and Creative Activity. 297.