PROBLEM-BASE LEARNING

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PROBLEM-BASE LEARNING by Mind Map: PROBLEM-BASE LEARNING

1. What

1.1. learning method based using problems as a starting point for integration of new knowledge

2. Aims of the PBL Group

2.1. Fostering self-directed

2.2. Facilitation of learning

2.3. Development of social skills

3. Problem

3.1. Role

3.1.1. Problem solving skills

3.1.2. Integrative thinking and Behavior

3.1.3. Learning how to learn

4. Tutor

4.1. Most Important Skills

4.1.1. 1. Provides frequent feedback 2. Promotes integration 3. Asks Questions and probes reasoning process 4. Helps students to balance basic and clinical sciences in the problem 5. Encourages critical appraisal of information 6. Encourages student control of the tutorials 7. Facilitates and supports good interpersonal relationships in the group

5. Students

5.1. Role

5.1.1.  Learner  Leader  Facilitator  Recorder  Elaborator  Critic  Constructive Evaluator  Encourager  Active Discussant  Knowledgeable  Punctual  Committed  Scribe

6. Process

6.1. Seven Jumps

6.1.1. 1. Clarify terms 2. Define the problem 3. Analyze the problem 4. Summarize 5. Formulate learning objectives 6. Self study based on step 5 7. Report back in the group

7. How Does PBL Group Facilitate Learning

7.1.  Answering questions about a text  Taking notes  Discussion with other students  Teaching peers  Summarizing  Formulating a hypothesis  Drawing a concept map

8. Objectives

8.1. Activation of Prior Knowledge

8.2. motivation for learning

8.3. communication skills

8.4. Leadership roles and value team work