- Experience complexity, tensions and dilemmas that come with sustainable practices and required interdisciplinary efforts.
- Consider their role as an engineer with regard to sustainable development and reflect on personal educational objectives, professional values, ethics and beliefs.
- Analyse (im)possibilities and design pathways of transitions to sustainable futures of sociotechnical systems.
- All assignments should be handed in, and actively contributed to by assigned students.
- All assignments and chapters are submitted in time, reflect serious work and professionalism by individuals and groups.
- Group chapters form a coherent book that reflect about sufficient hours of work. The chapters show informed reasoning.
- Personal profiles reflect connectedness to others, contributions to research, and fascinating columns.
- Sub-system research (group): structure; depth and quality of analysis and design; ambition; creativity; use of scientific knowledge and insights (60%)
- Final design sustainable Texel (bubble week): coherence themes, balancing YUPTA, inspiration, enacting SD, action in relation to ambition, (40%)
- Columns (individual) + or – 1.0 point: reflection; inspiration; reasoning; style.