Educational Transdisciplinarity: Conceptual Framework, Methodologies, Context And Measurement Analysis


  • Evelyn T. Ramirez & Carter K. Johnson 1University of Computer Sciences (UCI). Havana Cuba. 2 Desoft Management Villa Clara, Santa Clara, Cuba Author


Climate change, the development of artificial intelligence and the evolution of democracies are the new scenarios that the generations of the 21st century will have to face. This is why international bodies such as UNESCO and the OECD are calling for the transition from a disciplinary and specialised educational model to a new transdisciplinary model that will enable students to respond to the challenges of an increasingly complex and “complexified” global world. Transdisciplinarity implies dialogue between different fields of knowledge, values, participation and social learning. This in turn entails a cultural transformation and a systematic and planned reorganisation of educational structure and methodologies. The aim of this article - of a theoretical nature - is to deepen the understanding of the transdisciplinary educational model and to establish a clear conceptual framework for its definition and measurement. To this end, the development of the teaching-learning process, the competences to be developed, the different contrasted methodologies, the assessment systems and the learning environments are identified.


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Educational Transdisciplinarity: Conceptual Framework, Methodologies, Context And Measurement Analysis. (2023). Multidisciplinary Journal of Management, Economics, and Accounting, 9(1).