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Slides from the presentation given by Ben Fitzpatrick (University of York) at the National Law Students Forum 2011.

Slides from the presentation given by Ben Fitzpatrick (University of York) at the National Law Students Forum 2011.

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  • 1. Problem-Based Learning Ben Fitzpatrick and Jed Meers York Law School
  • 2.
    • In this session, we are going to try to run some kind of mini-Problem Based Learning Activity ...
  • 3. What is PBL?
    • The problem is where you start
    • It sets the agenda for the learning cycle
  • 4. The PBL Process
    • Structured
    • Student-led
  • 5. STAGE 1
    • READ the problem ALOUD
      • Work out whose interests are in play
  • 6. STAGE 2
    • Try to DESCRIBE the problem
      • Capture its essence in a couple of sentences
      • And / or a catchy title
  • 7. STAGE 3
    • Identify ANYTHING at all which could be relevant to the problem based on how you have described it
      • High energy brainstorm
  • 8. STAGE 4
    • ARRANGE the products of the brainstorm SYSTEMATICALLY
      • Think thematically
      • Perhaps discard marginal issues
  • 9. STAGE 5
    • Identify LEARNING OUTCOMES based on the ARRANGING you have done in stage 4
      • Phrase Learning Outcomes as questions which are suitable for research
  • 10.
    • What happens next ...?