Does Productivity Apply to PBL Methods in Engineering Education ? *

@inproceedings{Hansen2003DoesPA,
  title={Does Productivity Apply to PBL Methods in Engineering Education ? *},
  author={Poul Henrik Kyvsgaard Hansen},
  year={2003}
}
The dominating trend in most educational programs today is converting traditional classroom teaching to variants of Problem or Project Based Learning (PBL) methods. In most programs the general experience is increased motivation among students as well as teachers. However, most programs do at the same time experience problems regarding productivity in terms of the applied teaching resources. Consequently, many programs limit the PBL elements to the senior courses and keep the freshmen courses… CONTINUE READING

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