A Practitioner’s Guide to Enquiry and Problem-based Learning: Case Studies from University College Dublin

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Title: A Practitioner’s Guide to Enquiry and Problem-based Learning: Case Studies from University College Dublin
Editors: Barrett, Terry; Cashman, Diane
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/11515
Date: 14-Jun-2010
Online since: 2020-08-27T15:56:16Z
Abstract: This guide is part of the Enquiry and Problem-based Learning Project funded by the Strategic Innovation Fund of the Higher Education Authority Ireland. Dr Geraldine O’Neill and Dr Terry Barrett from UCD Teaching and Learning were joint coordinators of the project. Project partners were: Probell (The Finnish PBL Network) and the Centre for Excellence in Enquiry-based learning in the University of Manchester. We are very grateful for their contributions to the quality of the project outcomes. This guide contains some case studies from participants of the project and two case studies which were implemented before the project commenced.. We appreciate the contributions from authors of the case studies. These will be inspiring and useful to other enquiry and problem-based learning practitioners. We also thank Áine Galvin for proofreading the text.
Funding Details: Food for Health Ireland
Health Research Board
Health Service Executive
metadata.dc.description.othersponsorship: Ireland Strategic Innovation Fund
Type of material: Book
Publisher: UCD Teaching and Learning
Keywords: Problem-based learningCase studies
Other versions: https://www.ucd.ie/teaching/resources/resourcesa-z/
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
ISBN: 978-1905254-45-3
Appears in Collections:Teaching & Learning research

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