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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, Education, general, including:, *training, *pedagogy
The aim of this chapter is twofold. Firstly to support academic staff from a variety of subject disciplines in higher education in the clarification between two different learner focused strategies, namely collaborative project-based (CPBL) and problem-based learning (PBL). Secondly, to provide practical advice to them to assist in the making of informed decisions as to when which strategy is most appropriate to use to support learning. These decisions will be based on a sound understanding of each strategy and a consideration of when each is most appropriate to use in enhancing the learning of their students.
Donnelly, R. Fitzmaurice, M. (2005) Collaborative Project-based Learning and Problem-based Learning in Higher Education: a Consideration of Tutor and Student Role in Learner-Focused Strategies. In G. O'Neill, S. Moore & B. McMullin (eds) Emerging Issues in the Practice of University Learning and Teaching (pp.87-98). Dublin, AISHE/HEA.