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- DescriptionIn The Aalborg PBL Model -- Progress, Diversity and Challenges, thirty teachers and researchers share their reflections on the practice of the problem-based and project-organised teaching model (PBL), which has been applied in the faculties of Engineering and Science, Humanities, and Social Science at Aalborg University since 1974. Since its initial implementation, the PBL mode has developed in several important ways. Most tably, the PBL model has developed considerably in relation to the specific nature of the given academic disciplines and become an integrated component of these disciplines. The Articles collected in this book seek to describe and explore this development, highlighting variations on the PBL as it was originally conceived and the challenges that have occurred during this journey.
- Author BiographyAnette Kolmos is Professor at the Department of Development and Planning and The UNESCO Chair in Problem Based Learning, University of Aalborg, Denmark Flemming K Fink is Professor at the Department of Development and Planning, University of Aalborg, Denmark Lone Krogh is Director of Centre for University Teaching and Learning, University of Aalborg, Denmark. Between they have several publications about Problem based Learning and university teaching and learnings.
- PublisherAarhus University Press
- Date of Publication15/06/2004
- SubjectComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationAarhus
- Country of PublicationDenmark
- ImprintAalborg Universitetsforlag
- Content Notetables & charts
- Weight756 g
- Width235 mm
- Height165 mm
- Edited byAnette Kolmos,Flemming K. Fink,Lone Krogh
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