Enhancing problem-based learning designs with a single e-learning scaffolding tool: Two case studies using challenge FRAP

@article{Stewart2007EnhancingPL,
  title={Enhancing problem-based learning designs with a single e-learning scaffolding tool: Two case studies using challenge FRAP},
  author={Terry M. Stewart and William R. MacIntyre and Victor J. Galea and Caroline H. Steel},
  journal={Interactive Learning Environments},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={77-91}
}
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a powerful instructional approach. By working through assessable complex problem-solving tasks learners can be encouraged to actively engage in investigation and inquiry and to use high level cognitive thought processes to solve real-life problems in professional contexts. A critical element of a successful PBL design is the inclusion of instructional support, such as scaffolding, to guide and assist the learner through the reasoning process that is crucial to… CONTINUE READING

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