“Care work becomes better when it is done again, creating the specificity of a relation through intensified involvement and knowledge. It requires attention and fine-tuning to the temporal rhythms of an “other” and to the specific relations that are being woven together.”

María Puig de la Bellacasa, Matters of Care: Speculative Ethics in More than Human Worlds (Posthumanities). University of Minnesota Press. (p.201)

Transdisciplinary teaching is a journey that moves through and beyond disciplines. It is an act of tuning that requires care, attentive listening and making subtle adjustments in relation to oneself, others, a particular place, situation, and individual and collective desires and aims. In the context of this research, we have gathered words, interviews and resources for educators to tune their transdisciplinary teaching. Understanding transdisciplinary education as contingent and fluid, rather than drafting guidelines or taking a one-size-fits-all approach, each element on this site is conceived as an evocation or prompt. It is a means of calibrating diverse disciplines within a transdisciplinary teaching and learning environment.