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Application of Problem-Based Learning in Classroom Activities and Multimedia

  title={Application of Problem-Based Learning in Classroom Activities and Multimedia},
  author={Andrea Tick},
Problem-based learning (PBL) provides real-world, purposeful interactions to help graduate and undergraduate students learn how to work with and learn from a diverse group of people laterally and horizontally within a learning community. At the same time, information technology in the 21 century provides the opportunity to integrate learner support into PBL learning environments. PBL and technology provide the opportunity for communities to grow and learn together. Various types of activities… 

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