Constructed Knowledge in Experiential Education: Valuing Interdisciplinary Learning for Assessment Purposes

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Dr. Betty Morgan
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A deficit of intellectual theory makes the development of adequate assessment and evaluative guidelines difficult for scholars involved in interdisciplinary experiential education. This project contributes to the development of the theory on the evaluation of constructed knowledge in the interdisciplinary endeavor and advances some possible options for legitimizing assessment tools that value the unique knowledge emerging from interdisciplinary educational processes.


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Stream: Politics, Public Policy and Law, Other or Stream Unspecified
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Dr. Betty Morgan

Director and Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Public Administration
Center for Public Affairs, Elon University

Elon, North Carolina, USA

PhD in Public Administration and Policy, works extensively in community based experiential education and research in the US and internationally. Recently awarded Master's degree in European Union Law. Research interests include comparative administration, comparative public policy processes and EU Law Harmonization

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