Interdisciplinarity and Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education: Research and Perspectives from Aalborg University

Annie Aarup Jensen (Redaktør), Diana Stentoft (Redaktør), Ole Ravn (Redaktør)

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Abstrakt

This book addresses the relation between Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and interdisciplinarity and challenges the often implicit assumption that PBL leads to interdisciplinarity by default. The book examines theoretical and philosophical aspects of PBL and interdisciplinary learning. The first part of the book conceptualises the notions of problem-based learning and interdisciplinary learning, and highlights some key overlaps and ways of conceiving of their interrelatedness. It discusses the role of problem-based medical education in relation to interdisciplinary professionalism in medical education. Taking the reader into the realm of techno-anthropology, the book discusses the role of problems and projects in transgressing disciplines, and presents an analysis of three challenges facing new students when entering interdisciplinary and problem-based higher education. The second part of the book focuses on practicing interdisciplinarity in problem-based higher education. It explores how the construction of problems in interdisciplinary PBL projects can be seen from the perspectives of multicultural groups, and examines group processes in interdisciplinary PBL projects. It concludes by taking a closer look at student practices in interdisciplinary PBL, and at how students are positioned and position themselves in the complex transdisciplinary PBL project.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagSpringer
Udgave1
Antal sider168
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-030-18841-2
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-030-18842-9
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2019
NavnInnovation and Change in Professional Education
Vol/bind18
ISSN1572-1957

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    Opening the PBL Game: Problem Construction in Interdisciplinary Project Work in Multicultural Groups

    Jæger, K. & Jensen, A. A., 2019, Interdisciplinarity and Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education: : Research and Perspectives from Aalborg University.. Jensen, A. A., Stentoft, D. & Ravn, O. (red.). Cham, Schweiz: Springer, s. 89-101 11 s. (Innovation and Change in Professional Education).

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    Problem-based Projects, Learning and Interdisciplinarity in Higher Education

    Jensen, A. A., Ravn, O. & Stentoft, D., 2019, Interdisciplinarity and problem-based learning in Higher Education: Research and perspectives from Aalborg University. Jensen, A. A., Stentoft, D. & Ravn, O. (red.). Springer, s. 9-19 11 s. (Innovation and Change in Professional Education, Bind 18).

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  • Student interdisciplinary practices in a PBL study environment

    Hindhede, A. L., Martinussen, M. L. & Højbjerg, K., 2019, Interdisciplinarity and Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education: Research and Perspectives from Aalborg University. Jensen, A. A., Stentoft, D. & Ravn, O. (red.). 1 udg. Springer, s. 133-147 (Innovation and Change in Professional Education, Bind 18).

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