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Research-able through Problem-Based Learning

Journal article
Authors Claes Annerstedt
Cammy Huang-De Voss
Jacob Lindh
Daniel Garza
Martin Rydmark
Published in Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Volume 10
Issue 2
Pages 107-127
ISSN 1527-9316
Publication year 2010
Published at Department of Education
Institute of Biomedicine
Pages 107-127
Language en
Keywords Student Attitudes, Problem Based Learning, Cultural Influences, Teaching Methods, Student Centered Curriculum, Educational Technology, Anatomy, Biomechanics, International Cooperation, Teamwork, Computer Uses in Education, Creative Thinking, Computer Mediated Communication, Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Cooperative Learning
Subject categories Other Social Sciences not elsewhere specified


This research project describes an attempt to move towards a more student centered and participatory approach on learning through problem-based storyboards (themes/scenarios) and a unique opportunity for students to have an academic cross-cultural exchange. The purpose of the study was to analyze students' conceptions of this approach on learning through storyboards, experiential learning and the evolution of assessment methods that reflect and further student capabilities. While student satisfaction with the aims of the course was high and technology facilitated a unique cross-cultural opportunity, the challenges of maintaining reliable technology and matching student expectations proved challenging. Despite critical comments, the overwhelming outcome was positive. (Contains 3 figures and 6 footnotes.)

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