The module includes a relevant coursework as well as an examination based active participation.
how problems/issues are addressed in academic work
how historical, social and cultural contexts are essential to problem-based work within International Studies
the ways in which problem-based learning may be a source for further insight and knowledge within the field of International Studies.
collecting and applying relevant material in relation to a defined problem
engaging in academic and professional cooperation on solving a defined problem
presenting and discussing problems within the area of International Studies in appropriate academic language.
|Name of exam||Introduction to Problem-based Learning in International Studies|
|Type of exam|
Active participation and/or written assignmentIn order to pass the module, active participation in a number of course activities relevant to the module is required; these will be determined the start of the semester. Active participation is defined as reading set literature, attendance in 80 percent of the teaching activities offered, and completion of any written assignments related to the module.
Any re-examination will be a written take-home assignment set by the course instructor. The assignment paper must comprise a minimum of six pages and a maximum of eight pages. The assignment paper will be evaluated by the examiner; in case of a fail grade.
All written and all electronic aids
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The examination must demonstrate the learning objectives outlined above.|
|Danish title||Introduktion til Problembaseret læring i Internationale Studier|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Language and International Studies|
|Department||Department of Culture and Global Studies|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Humanities|