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This paper contributes to the discussion on possibilities of changing an institutional semester structure in a PBL-environment which might open up for new ways of integrating courses and student projects. The structuring of individual courses and semester projects are creating the framework for developing both disciplinary knowledge and PBL competences, but integrating and applying the knowledge from course disciplines into a project seems difficult for both students and teachers. A research project “Future Directions for PBL in a digital age” will therefore experiment with how course and project work can become more integrated, this by developing a flipped semester. A conceptual process design for changing the structure at 4th semester, Medialogy to a flipped semester is outlined and concerns and possibilities of expanding and changing a hole semester structure is discussed.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel7th International Research Symposium on PBL : Innovation, PBL and Competences in Engineering Education
RedaktørerS. Wang, A. Kolmos, W. Qiao, A. Guerra
Antal sider9
Udgivelses stedBeijing, China
ForlagAalborg Universitetsforlag
Publikationsdatookt. 2018
Sider260-268
ISBN (Elektronisk)978–87–7210–002-9
StatusUdgivet - okt. 2018
Begivenhed7th International Research Symposium on PBL: Innovation, PBL and Competences in Engineering Education - Beijing, Kina
Varighed: 19 okt. 201821 okt. 2018

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Konference7th International Research Symposium on PBL
LandKina
ByBeijing
Periode19/10/201821/10/2018
NavnInternational Research Symposium on PBL
ISSN2446-3833

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    Kofoed, L., Kristensen, N. S., Andreasen, L. B., Bruun-Pedersen, J. R., & Høeg, E. R. (2018). Integrating Courses and Project Work to support PBL: a conceptual design for changing curriculum structure. I S. Wang, A. Kolmos, W. Qiao, & A. Guerra (red.), 7th International Research Symposium on PBL : Innovation, PBL and Competences in Engineering Education (s. 260-268). Beijing, China: Aalborg Universitetsforlag. International Research Symposium on PBL
    Kofoed, Lise ; Kristensen, Nanna Svarre ; Andreasen, Lars Birch ; Bruun-Pedersen, Jon Ram ; Høeg, Emil Rosenlund. / Integrating Courses and Project Work to support PBL : a conceptual design for changing curriculum structure. 7th International Research Symposium on PBL : Innovation, PBL and Competences in Engineering Education. red. / S. Wang ; A. Kolmos ; W. Qiao ; A. Guerra. Beijing, China : Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2018. s. 260-268 (International Research Symposium on PBL).
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    Integrating Courses and Project Work to support PBL : a conceptual design for changing curriculum structure. / Kofoed, Lise; Kristensen, Nanna Svarre; Andreasen, Lars Birch; Bruun-Pedersen, Jon Ram; Høeg, Emil Rosenlund.

    7th International Research Symposium on PBL : Innovation, PBL and Competences in Engineering Education. red. / S. Wang; A. Kolmos; W. Qiao; A. Guerra. Beijing, China : Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2018. s. 260-268.

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