James Davis offers a realistic and stimulating examination of interdisciplinary theory and practice. In addition to providing specific tips on successful team teaching, the book features information drawn from the professional literature, survey results, and useful examples from the author's personal experience. It also includes a listing of nearly 100 interdisciplinary, team-taught courses currently being offered at colleges and universities throughout North America. Discusses the benefits and pitfalls of interdisciplinary, team- taught courses and offers current information on how to design and conduct them. The last third of the volume describes multidisciplinary courses from colleges and universities throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico. The book demonstrates that team teaching, when effectively implemented, is fulfilling for both educator and student.