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What do students feel about PBL? Discussion of interim findings from a small scale study of medical and education students' experiences of problem-based learning in a Scottish university

By A. McPhee and F. Patrick

Abstract

This paper looks at the experiences of problem-based learning among groups of medical and education students in the University of Glasgow. PBL has been in use in the university in a number of different contexts for some time now, and this paper sets out to give those participating in professional education taught by this methodology a voice in assessing its effectiveness and in articulating their own experiences of it. Using qualitative methods, students were invited to respond to a range of issues. The results indicate acceptance for the methodology as an effective teaching medium, but indicate a range of differing perceptions both between the 2 groups and within the groups themselves

Topics: LB
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.gla.ac.uk:50213
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