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The approach to teaching defined as Agile Teaching/Learning (ATML) was developed by transferring concepts related to computer programming to didactics. It was noted that it is agility in teaching, i.e. the ability of a teacher to quickly change the type, pace or structure of a course to fit the needs and abilities of individual students, that is an important challenge in modern education. Initially, ATML was associated with computer-based learning. Teachers/trainers of such courses were highly knowledgeable and skilled in programming and the use of computers and media.

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For some time now, ATML has begun to be implemented in other courses in higher education, including courses whose lecturers are not specialists in computer sciences. The implementation of ATML is highly beneficial from the point of view of quality and the results obtained, but it requires more attention to the needs of teachers so that they are able to cope with the challenges of being agile in the teaching process. The primary purpose of this guide is to introduce teachers of non-computer science courses to the specifics of ATML.

This handbook presents an approach slightly modified from the original ATML to make it more useful for teaching courses related to the bioeconomy, that is, courses that are interdisciplinary in nature. Interdisciplinary teaching poses a major challenge for the teacher in itself. An approach to didactics modeled on ATML can be very useful and can enhance the results obtained in interdisciplinary teaching.