Arrangements for Cross-Skills Training in Education Process

Piscunov, Nicolai; Piscunov, Alexandra
January 2016
Journal of Danubian Studies & Research;2016, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p189
Academic Journal
The term transdisciplinary is now in more projects, especially in the sphere of education, an amazing knowledge dissemination, which is not always matched by an adequate understanding of the vision that lies behind this operation concept. Disciplinarity is a specialized scientific field (a subject) homogeneous produce new knowledge and make knowledge obsolete old. Transdisciplinary in terms of education, aimed intertwining several disciplines in the form of curricular integration, by setting up, in time, a new discipline or a new field of knowledge, through what is called fusion - play the most radical integration. “Transdisciplinarity concerns - as indicated by the prefix” trans “- which is at the same time and across disciplines, across the different disciplines, and beyond all discipline. Its goal is the understanding of the present world, one of the imperatives of them is the unity of knowledge.” (Basarab Nicolescu, Transdisciplinarity. Manifest) curriculum integrated is presented by education organized so that the crossing barriers of subjects, bringing together different aspects of curriculum significant associations that focuses on broader areas of study. Teaching and learning are viewed from a holistic perspective, reflecting real light, which is interactive. Intra-disciplinary integration teaching of interrelated content in the same field of study, to resolve a problem of studying a theme or development of skills.


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