Problem-based Learning: discuss, consider, and possibly deliver
  • Room C1, Portland Square Building

  • 2nd Floor Meeting Room, 3 Endsleigh Place

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Problem-based learning is a specific pedagogical technique in which problem scenarios are used to increase knowledge and understanding of an issue. 

The process of doing so is clearly defined with students working individually and collaboratively over time to gather and process new knowledge and present possible solutions. 

This workshop introduces PBL and related, sometimes less formal, techniques; it creates a space for discussing possibilities for PBL and its hybrids in different disciplinary contexts.

Contact Priska Schoenborn (priska.schoenborn@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.

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