Resumé

Universities are showing a new and stronger focus on developing teaching and
learning environments, using digitalized support as well as re-organizing teaching and learning structures. Connected to the research project Future directions for PBL in a Digital Age, we are focusing on the organization of courses and projects within one
semester. The general semester structure at Aalborg University consists of three
parallel courses and one project module. A consequence of that model has been that
interaction between study activities has become less coordinated, and integration
between courses and projects has diminished. This lack of integration is a key focus
of this paper, and the main research questions are; do students and teachers find that
courses and projects need to be more integrated? What are students’ experiences
regarding integration of courses and project work, and how do they see the benefits
and concerns? To answer the questions, we have conducted a survey among students
at a case semester. The survey opened up for integrating students' experiences in
developing new teaching and learning strategies.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSEFI – European Society for Engineering Education : Complexity is the new normality
Antal sider12
Vol/bind47th Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary
Udgivelses stedEuropean Society for Engineering Education
Publikationsdato20 sep. 2019
Sider1469
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-2-87352-018-2
StatusUdgivet - 20 sep. 2019

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Kofoed, L. B., Bruun-Pedersen, J. R., Kristensen, N. S., & Andreasen, L. B. (2019). Integration of courses and projects: disrupting the traditional PBL semester structure. I SEFI – European Society for Engineering Education: Complexity is the new normality (Bind 47th Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary, s. 1469). European Society for Engineering Education.
Kofoed, Lise Busk ; Bruun-Pedersen, Jon Ram ; Kristensen, Nanna Svarre ; Andreasen, Lars Birch. / Integration of courses and projects : disrupting the traditional PBL semester structure. SEFI – European Society for Engineering Education: Complexity is the new normality. Bind 47th Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary European Society for Engineering Education, 2019. s. 1469
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SEFI – European Society for Engineering Education: Complexity is the new normality. Bind 47th Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary European Society for Engineering Education, 2019. s. 1469.

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