Problem Based Learning and Team Based Learning – Your New Educational Super Strategy (EP:16)
With Diana Dolmans, PhD.
From workplace training to higher education settings, team based small group activities around problems are a staple. However, when we talk about the models of Team Based Learning vs Problem based Learning, how these interact, differ, where they come from, as well as how to implement them meaningfully, we can sometimes get lost. This can get especially complex when we move these strategies to a virtual environment. In this episode, Stacy Craft talks with esteemed Professor and researcher in the field of innovative learning arrangements Dr. Diana Dolmans from Maastricht University, the Netherlands to shed light on these complex topics as well as help us navigate new spaces that re-envision how we use these principles and translate them into practice.
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