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Record number 400890
Title Demand Driven Education: Report on the Education Innovation Project 'Design in Land and Water Management in a Demand Driven Learning Environment'
Author(s) Bruins, B.; Riksen, M.J.P.M.; Ritzema, H.P.; Veldwisch, G.J.A.; Visser, S.M.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Universiteit - 31
Department(s) Irrigation and Water Engineering
Land Degradation and Development
CWC - Integrated Water Resources Management
PE&RC
WASS
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) waterbeheer - universitaire onderwijsprogramma's - collegeleerplan - probleemgestuurd onderwijs - leeractiviteiten - leerplanontwikkeling - water management - college programs - college curriculum - problem-based learning - learning activities - curriculum development
Categories Curriculum
Abstract In the fifth period of the academic year 2008/2009 the chair groups Irrigation and Water Engineering (IWE) and Land Degradation and Development (LDD) organized a new course, i.e. Design in Land and Water Management 2 (IWE- 21312). The course is part of the BSc program International Land and Water Management (BIL). The decision to develop the course can be seen as a measure to ensure that BIL-graduates understand, can analyze, and are able to engage in and to advise on typical design processes as part of their professional practice as irrigation and soil- and water conservation experts.
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