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Teaching Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Theory, Practice, and Assessment
Faculty Scholarship
  • Linda Morton, California Western School of Law
  • Howard Taras, University of California - San Diego
  • Vivian Reznik, University of California - San Diego
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Disciplines
Abstract
In this article, we offer our own theory-based methodology for teaching interprofessional collaboration to law students and we present our preliminary data on its effectiveness. Part I explicates the definition and development of interdisciplinary collaboration. Part II describes how we have grounded our course in current theory, and Part III explains the extent to which our efforts have been successful. Finally, in Part IV, we offer additional thoughts regarding the teaching of interdisciplinary collaboration and pose questions and ideas for future data collection.
Citation Information
Linda Morton et al., Teaching Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Theory, Practice, and Assessment, 13 QUINNIPIAC HEALTH L.J. 175 (2010).