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- 1. PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (PBL)<br />By: Christine Lim <br />AminaKiluwasha<br />MeysamMoradi<br />
- 2. OVERVIEW<br />Problem-based learning begins in the early 1970s at the medical school at McMaster University in Canada.<br />
- 3. OVERVIEW<br />It is a constructivistapproach to learning that challenges students to learn through engagement in a real problem<br />
- 4. OVERVIEW<br />It is based on student-centered learning, and the teacher becomes a facilitator in the learning process. <br />
- 5. What is PBL<br />The learning that results from the process of working towards the understanding of a resolution of a problem<br /> (Barrows, Tamblyn, 1980)<br />
- 6. PBL Structure<br />
- 7. PBL Structure<br />
- 8. How PBL works<br />Step 1: Define the Problem<br />Your task today is to solve…………………<br />Facilitator present problem to student.<br />
- 9. How PBL works<br />Step 2: Propose solution to solve the problem<br />Lets discuss about….<br /><ul><li>Clarifythe facts of the case
- 10. Define what the problem is.
- 11. Brainstorm ideas based on the prior knowledge.
- 12. Identifywhat they need to learn to work on the problem
- 13. What they do not know learning issues</li></ul>Student discuss problem in a small group<br />
- 14. How PBL works<br />Step 3: Gather and Evaluate Information<br />Students will gather information from all sorts of media like from books and websites<br />Then students will need to evaluate the findings.<br />Student engage on independent study<br />
- 15. How PBL works<br />Step 4: Synthesize and Form Solutions<br />Student come back to group and share<br />
- 16. How PBL works<br />FINAL<br />Student present their solution for the problem.<br />
- 17. How PBL works<br />Review<br />Students review what they have learnt and compile final report<br />
- 18. Characteristics<br />Problem drives the learning. <br />Using tutorials students define their own learning issues.<br />Learning is student-centered, and the teacher becomes a facilitator in the learning process.<br />Emphasis on the process of students solving a real world problem. <br />
- 19. Purpose <br />Developed of high fidelity competency<br />Identification of self-analysis<br />Clear clinical decision-making<br />Problem solve in abnormal circumstances<br />Cultivating an ability <br />Adaptation to work effectively in a team<br />
- 20. Negative Assumption<br />
- 21. Advantage Assumption<br />
- 22. Quiz <br />What type of learning strategy is PBL? <br />Pedagogy <br />Andragogy<br />Heutagogy<br />
- 23. THE END<br />

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