Problem Based Learning and Implementations

S. M. Jacob, B. Issac

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Abstract

In an era where learning is considered a problem, we decided to go for problems for the sake of learning! The purpose of this study was to throw light on the issues involved in two forms of PBL viz., Case Study Based PBL and Research Based PBL The influence of course and subject on the learning method was investigated. Students perceptions and concerns were analyzed using questionnaires. A slight variation was found among the different courses of Engineering, Business and IT, as also among the sample subjects considered. It is concluded that careful and systematic introduction to the case study based learning can be progressively led to the Research based learning as the student progresses from the first semester to the final semester of a graduate degree course or from graduate degree course to post graduate degree course.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 17 Dec 2005
EventInternational Conference on Education -
Duration: 17 Dec 2005 → …

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Education
Period17/12/05 → …

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