Using Educational Technology to Promote Student Performance Through Problem-Based Learning

ID: 54130 Type: Best Practices
  1. Ray Francis, Mark Deschaine, and Jennifer Weible, Central Michigan University, United States

Wednesday, March 20 11:45 AM-12:00 PM Location: Wilshire A View on map

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Abstract: As a result of participation in this session there are several ideas and practices the attendees can expect to take with them. These include:  1. An understanding of how problem based learning can be used in higher education settings, particularly in online courses to engage students and deepen understanding 2. Technologies to support activities and increase communication during PBL activities. 3. Strategies for using PBL to improve motivation and engage students in authentic problems that affect their communities such as fostering equity and improving access. 4. Examples of ways to translate artifacts of authentic assessment activities into usable and meaningful data to enhance candidate learning and faculty instruction.

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