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24 hour interdisciplinary Challenge

POWER, Jess (2016) 24 hour interdisciplinary Challenge. Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal, 1 (5). pp. 70-75.

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Objective: To develop an interdisciplinary network of exchange which promotes innovation, design thinking, new-product development. Bringing together a students from across the University, who value innovative thinking, ideas generation and interdisciplinary working as part of their student experience. • Developing problem-solving skills as team members • Analysing information (and working with limited information) • Negotiating and cooperating with one another. • Listening and leading • Group Decision making (consensus building)

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Additional Information: This submission contains three main elements: firstly a book chapter (2018), containing original primary analysis gathered over a project spanning 6 years. This presents a case-study of the Innovation and Creative Exchange (ICE) which uses the concept of challenge-led learning to enable Undergraduate (UG) students to co-create knowledge and form knowledge communities/exchanges leading to the developments of skills and attributes associated with employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship. This chapter presents a blueprint for experiential learning in practice through employing interdisciplinary wicked challenge-led learning opportunities as part of the Higher Education (HE) UG experience. This research demonstrates the value and impact of learning-by-doing and learning through reflection-on-doing the key elements of experiential learning in practice. The book chapter is supported by a journal publication of the case study 92016) and recognition from the HEA in a practice based publication of sector nest practice (2014). There is a plethora of conference proceedings and publications to support dissemination of the impact from this practice-based research.
Faculty: School of Business, Leadership and Economics > Business, Management and Marketing
Depositing User: Library STORE team
Date Deposited: 01 Feb 2018 13:29
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2019 15:35
URI: http://eprints.staffs.ac.uk/id/eprint/4085

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