The aim of this project is to support participants in developing competences to design and plan educational experiments, based on PBL principles and including elements of curriculum and staff development.
This problem based project should include problem identification, problem analysis, problem formulation and proposed problem solution in the form of a design of and a plan for an educational experiment, including elements from one or more PBL models suited for solving the identified problem. The educational experiment should be adapted to a specific self-chosen teaching and/or institutional context.
The results of the project work should be documented in a project report. The project should preferably be carried out in teams of 2-4 participants and the project work processes should be documented in a process analysis, jointly written by the project team members.
The teaching format is a group project, including self-study, online group work, project facilitation and thematic online sessions. In this semester, the thematic sessions focus on how to fulfil the intended learning outcomes for the project and on scientific writing to improve the quality of documentation in the project reports.
|Name of exam
|Design and Planning of a PBL Module
|Type of exam
Oral exam based on a projectThe project assessment takes its point of departure in the written project report and the accompanying process analysis. Questions may be asked to all elements of the project, product as well as process. In the assessment both the content and the communicative aspects of the written work will be considered.
|7-point grading scale
|Type of grading
|Criteria of assessment
|The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures
|Design og planlægning af et PBL modul
|Language of instruction
|Location of the lecture
|Responsible for the module
|Study Board of Techno-Anthropology and Sustainable Design
|Department of Sustainability and Planning
|The Technical Faculty of IT and Design