Study programme development – Building a bridge between tradition and innovation - An unusal approach

  • Study programme development is one of the most challenging processes at universities since all faculty is involved. And in our experience, the redesign of already existing programmes seems to be even more difficult: Whereas innovative forces want to pick up new trends (e.g. digitalisation or other new teaching concepts) more conservative forces emphasises on values and refer to existing experience. Both positions are important and contextually right. Thus, the presented format provides a gradual framework to bridge the gap between both sides in an interactive and creative process. Both sides are invited to negotiate the best possible result by using an unusual approach for university discussions, the benefit analysis method known e.g. from economics. After the negotiating activity, it should be obvious that a change of perspective is also helpful, if not necessary, to create a new or updated study programme. The practiced approach helps as well to recognise which limits for study programme development remain when visionary ideas are measured against reality.
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Author:Susanne Lippold, Jutta Rach, Andreas Fritsch
Parent Title (English):Learning & Teaching Forum Utrecht
Publisher:European University Association (EUA)
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Date of Publication (online):2020/03/09
Year of first Publication:2020
Provider of the Publication Server:FH Münster - University of Applied Sciences
Release Date:2020/03/10
Tag:study programme development, negotiation, change of perspective
Faculties:Wirtschaft (MSB)
Publication list:Rach, Jutta
Licence (German):License LogoZweitveroeffentlichung