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Title The challenge of problem-based learning / edited by David Boud, Grahame Feletti
Edition Second edition
Published London : Kogan Page, [1997]
London : Kogan Page, 1997


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Description viii, 344 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents 1. Changing problem-based learning: introduction to the second edition -- Pt I What is problem-based learning? 2. Not just a method but a way of learning -- 3. Towards a framework for problem-based curricula -- 4. Why is problem-based learning a challenge? -- Pt II Getting started 5. Good planning is not enough -- 6. Persevering with problem-based learning -- 7. Conversion to problem-based learning in 15 months -- 8. Initiating problem-based learning at Harvard Medical School -- 9. Organizational and institutional impediments to a problem-based approach -- Pt III Design and implementation 10. Selection of health problems for a problem-based curriculum -- 11. Responding to "non-traditional" students: an enquiry and action approach -- 12. Preparing tertiary teachers for problem learning -- 13. Ensuring that students develop an adequate, and well-structured, knowledge base -- 14. A hybrid model of problem-based learning -- 15. Case writing: case writers' perspectives -- 16. Becoming a problem-based tutor: increasing self-awareness through faculty development -- 17. Issues in implementation in an otherwise conventional programme -- Pt IV Examples from different professions 18. A problem-based module in mechanical engineering -- 19. Use of an issue-based approach in social work education -- 20. Problem-based learning in optometry -- 21. Problem-based learning for architecture and construction management -- 22. Problem-based learning in an integrated nursing curriculum -- 23. Applying problem-based learning to practical legal training -- 24. Industrial enhancement through problem-based learning -- 25. Experiences with problem-based learning in business and management -- Pt V Student assessment and programme evaluation 26. Accreditation and assessment in architecture -- 27. Assessment in problem-based learning -- 28. Strategies for student assessment -- 29. Learning from the assessment of problem solving
30. What can we learn from programme evaluation studies in medical education? -- Pt VI Beyond problem-based learning 31. Is problem-based learning the only way? -- 32. Towards a praxis of situation improving -- 33. The limits of problem-based learning
Summary Looks at this method both systematically and critically to highlight its significance, its uses, its strengths, and limitations. Looks at issues such as: conversion to PBL; organizational and institutional hostility; accreditation and assessment; issues in implementation and the furure of PBL
Notes First ed. published in 1991
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Individualized instruction.
Problem solving -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Problem-based learning.
Professional education -- Decision making -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Professional education.
Education, Medical, Undergraduate [MESH]
Education, Medical, Undergraduate.
Problem-Based Learning [MESH]
Problem-Based Learning.
Author Boud, D. J. (David J.), editor
Feletti, Grahame I, editor
ISBN 0749425601