Reviews: Problem based learning

2 reviews found for "Problem based learning"
Book review : What's the point in discussion?
This book which draws on a wealth of research and personal experience to present the case that students do learn through discussion, and that as teachers we can do much to nurture and encourage the development of thinking skills, and the development of attitudes and values by using discussion and group work techniques. The book is written in an easy to read and engaging style, and the frequent use of the first person makes the reader feel that...
Book Review: Problem Solving
This book brings together many of the issues which arise when engaging in, or analysing, the processes of solving problems. In the opening chapter, the context of studying problem solving is set out, defining a problem and describing in simple terms the different states of a problem. Different categories of problem are described according to the type of problem and the knowledge required to solve it. The approaches mentioned here are tasters...