Bryan B. Sorrows

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Problem Based Learning (PBL) and Cooperative Learning are both supported in a rich environment for active group learning. Groups of students are given a medical exploration environment to support learning by discovery and exploration. The environment implements a current approach to problem based learning (PBL) and extends it to support the joint reasoning(More)
This article describes a novel course that was designed to bridge the gap between the basic science years and clinical experiences in medical school by using information science and computer technology as major components of problem-based learning (PBL) sessions. The course, Integrated Case Studies and Medical Decision Making, was first given to second-year(More)
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