Fifth issue of the Journal of PBL in Higher Education

We are pleased to introduce the fifth issue of the Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education. The current issue is composed of four research papers and four PBL cases. These address different aspects of PBL and feature contributors from The Netherlands, Croatia, Denmark, Ireland, Ukraine, the UK, and Brazil. Three of the papers analyse and reflect on concrete implementations of PBL and particular methods and tools that have been used to support students’ work with PBL. The fourth paper reflects on the conditions of knowledge production in Higher Education with point of departure in a particular PBL model. The four cases report and reflect PBL implementations within Engineering, Medical Education and a MBA programme. This brief recap helps to illustrate that PBL is both of international, global interest, but also is becoming adopted within a range of different disciplines.

Last modified: 05.01.2017

We are pleased to introduce the fifth issue of the Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education. The current issue is composed of four research papers and four PBL cases. These address different aspects of PBL and feature contributors from The Netherlands, Croatia, Denmark, Ireland, Ukraine, the UK, and Brazil. Three of the papers analyse and reflect on concrete implementations of PBL and particular methods and tools that have been used to support students’ work with PBL. The fourth paper reflects on the conditions of knowledge production in Higher Education with point of departure in a particular PBL model. The four cases report and reflect PBL implementations within Engineering, Medical Education and a MBA programme. This brief recap helps to illustrate that PBL is both of international, global interest, but also is becoming adopted within a range of different disciplines.

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