Activities per year
This paper addresses the problem-based learning model (PBL) model and how PBL can be a catalyst to motivate 17 students in a master’s program in Global Tourism Development at Aalborg University (Denmark) through co-created events between the University and actors outside the University. In this case study, the students went to Cuba in March 2017 to solve real-life tasks related to tourism issues. The paper nuances the models of experiential learning as being “enough” to prepare students to take ownership for the experience of learning. The results show that students not only learn from experience and from general reflection but they also need to be motivated by creating meaningful events or situations in which they take ownership of their own learning experience and enhance knowledge accumulation, employability approaches and skills.
|Journal||Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Apr 2019|
- case study Cuba
- Problem-based learning (PBL)
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Oplægsholder i panel: Fremtidens PBL
Vibeke Andersson (Lecturer)3 Oct 2022
Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
Projektbørs, Project Fair
Vibeke Andersson (Participant) & Marlene Spanger (Participant)7 Feb 2020
Activity: Attending an event › Organisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars
The Association of Development Researchers in Denmark (External organisation)
Vibeke Andersson (Member)2019 → …
Activity: Memberships › Membership of research networks or expert groups
Intercultural and problem-based learningAndersson, V., 24 Nov 2022.
Research output: Contribution to conference without publisher/journal › Conference abstract for conference › Research › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Creative learning lab: 9th semester Mobility, Global Refugee StudiesAndersson, V., Balslev, H. & Borello, A., 1 Mar 2019
Research output: Non-textual form › Sound/Visual production (digital) › CommunicationOpen Access