Group 1 (working group): development and use of multimedia and Internet resources for a problem based learning environment

Abstract

In the problem based learning approach, students work in groups on real world problems, and in so doing determine their learning requirements for the related subject areas. A common feature of problem-based learning is to provide a range of resources that the students can access to obtain assistance with solving the problems they have been set. Multimedia and Internet resources lend themselves to this. To provide a focus for our work, we will concentrate on the use of problem based learning for introductory programming, but a goal will be to develop an approach to the resource development and staff training that would be of use to any single subject problem based learning approach.

DOI: 10.1145/282991.283566

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@inproceedings{Ellis1998Group1, title={Group 1 (working group): development and use of multimedia and Internet resources for a problem based learning environment}, author={Ainslie Ellis}, booktitle={ITiCSE}, year={1998} }