2 edition of Tutorials in Problem-Based Learning found in the catalog.
Tutorials in Problem-Based Learning
by Van Gorcum Ltd
Written in English
|Contributions||ne International Symposium on Problem-Based Learning 1983 Maastricht (Corporate Author), Henk G. Schmidt (Editor), Maurice L. De Volder (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||266|
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Problem-based learning as a strategy for developing knowledge and competence in the context of education and work For over twenty years problem-based learning (PBL) has been applied in many countries across widely varying fields of education. The first and best known applications of PBL were in the study of medicine during the s. An Introduction to Problem-Based Learning Page 6 II. Problem-based Learning Process Overview In most courses, students are bombarded with enormous amounts of material to read and display their comprehension by completing related problems. These problems typically have required a .
In their practise, a complete PBL cycle includes two tutorials, T1 and T2. What you watched just now was an example of T1, which is normally followed by a theme-based session, self-directed learning, practical, and self-directed learning again, before students go to T2. Problem-based learning: A review of the literature on its outcomes and implementation issues. Academic Medicine, 68 (1), Barrows, H. S. (). The tutorial process. Springfield: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Barrows, H. S. (). Practice-based learning: Problem-based learning applied to medical education.
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