AAU management has recently revised the leaflet “PBL: Problem Based Learning – The Aalborg Model”. The leaflet can be downloaded here (at the bottom of the page). - Hard copies can be obtained from AAU Communication, Pia Pedersen, firstname.lastname@example.org.
New leaflet about PBL - Problem-based Learning - The Aalborg Model.
Last modified: 16.09.2015
Problem Based Learning has by now become a widely accepted pedagogy in many higher education institutions. There are, however, three emerging trends inviting us to challenge, develop, criticise or expand our conceptualisations of Problem Based Learning and how we practice it. The trends prompt us to begin asking for one thing: how should PBL in Higher Education be practiced in the near-future, and what are emerging examples of ‘next practice’ within PBL? Secondly, what theoretical and methodological frameworks do we need to understand, analyse, envision and to develop new PBL models and practices?
The PBL 2020 International Conference has extended the submissions deadlines: New submission deadline for scientific papers/abstracts: January 30th. New submission deadline for extended practice-based abstracts: February 28th.
This is the second call for papers for the PBL 2020 International Conference "Transforming PBL Through Hybrid Learning Models". The Conference takes place at Aalborg University, August 18-21, 2020. Please also view the call for papers for the IRSPBL 2020 conference.
This is the first call for papers for the PBL 2020 International Conference "Transforming PBL Through Hybrid Learning Models". The Conference takes place at Aalborg University, August 18-21, 2020.
The combination of artistic practice with scientific inquiry has a long tradition that dates back to Ancient Greece. Despite a long and rich history, there are surprisingly few established models for combining academic and artistic methodologies in higher education.
This is a call for papers for a special issue on “Sustainability and Sustainable Cities” to appear in Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education (JPBLHE). The purpose of this Special Issue is twofold. It aims to collect the best contributions presented at the final Conference of the Citylab LA project, while remaining open to the entire PBL research community, inviting articles that deal with teaching and research within a PBL environment related to sustainability and/or sustainable cities.