PBLMD Library

Within this space we aim to create a project library by bringing together a wide range of source material on student-centered teaching and learning methodologies and methods.

Academic references, PBL:

Coombs, Gary, and Max Elden "Introduction to the special issue: Problem-based learning as social inquiry-PBL and management education", Journal of Management Education 28, No. 5 (2004): 523-535.

Davies, John, Erik de Graaff, and Anette Kolmos "PBL across the disciplines: Research into best practice", (2011).

San Tan, Siok, and CK Frank Ng. "A problem-based learning approach to entrepreneurship education", Education+ Training 48, No. 6 (2006): 416-428.

Savery, John R., and Thomas M. Duffy, T. M. "Problem-based learning: An instructional model and its constructivist framework", CRLT Technical Report No. 16-01, Bloomington, Indiana, Center for Research on Learning and Technology, Indiana University (2001).

Sørensen, O. J., and Laursen, E. "Problembaseret undervisning og udvikling af handlingskompetencer hos iværksætteren. Aalborg Universitet", (Problem-based teaching and development of the entrepreneur's action), GEM antologi (2009).

Academic references, student-centered learning:

Evans, Jason and Kerridge, Clive "Campus Based Students’ Perspectives on Strategic Management Simulation: A Contextual Study", Conference Proceedings of ACTC2015 (2015): 307-320. ISSN 2186-4705

Livingstone, David, and Kenneth Lynch "Group project work and student-centred active learning: Two different experiences", Studies in Higher education 25.3 (2000): 325-345.

Loon, Mark, Jason Evans, and Clive Kerridge "Learning with a strategic management simulation game: A case study”, International Journal of Management Education, 13, no. 3 (2015): 227-236.

Roberts, Jane, ed. "Engaging students in active learning: Case studies in geography, environment and related disciplines", Geography Discipline Network (GDN), University of Gloucestershire (2004).

 Guides and Manuals:

A guide for students by students – Problem-Based Learning at HUMS (2012).

The University of Notre Dame, Australia: Problem Based Learning Manual School of Medicine, Fremantle (2015).

York Law School: Guide to Problem-Based Learning (2014).

Problem-based Learning: Case Studies, Experience and Practice (Case Studies of Teaching in Higher Education) (2001).

Problem-Based Learning Online (2006).

Teaching for Quality Learning at University (Society for Research Into Higher Education) (2011).

Psychology for Psychologists: A Problem Based Approach to Undergraduate Psychology Teaching (2015).

New Approaches to Problem Based Learning (2010).

Power of Problem Based Learning: A Practical How to for Teaching Undergraduate Courses in Any Discipline (2001).

Blogs, Webpages, Media:

[Higher Education Academy (HEA) blog – entry from a recent conference on Active Learning (UoG).

Tim Hall Multidisciplinary departments: do they work?, the Times Higher Education, January 6, 2015.

Tim Hall  Why working across subject areas may benefit you in the REF?, the Guardian, December 2, 2014.

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