Explicit vs Implicit in Education

So, I get consulted a lot these days about what we’re doing at UCL, how come our students are able successfully to study such radical combinations as Organic Chemistry, Accounting and Arabic, or Conceptual Design, Design Engineering and Inorganic Chemistry, or Law, Engineering and Environmental Economics, and so on. ‘What is the process?’,’ What are the stated outcomes?’, ‘What in the summary of the vision?’ ‘How do you define interdisciplinarity?’, ‘What are your metrics of success?’, I am asked. Some of these things I can make a go at answering but often what comes to mind in Iain McGilchrist’s discussion of the implicit vs the explicit in our modern societies.

Explicit vs Implicit in Education.

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