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Problem-based Learning applied to Team Environments: A Visual Literature Review
|dc.title||Problem-based Learning applied to Team Environments: A Visual Literature Review|
|dcterms.abstract||The purpose of the literature review is to document observations and research findings about the value of problem-based learning (PBL) experiences, especially for programs in Information Technology education. The focus reveals ways that facilitated PBL exercises benefit virtual teams who are collaborating, designing and producing an effective solution. This paper shares some relevant published evidence that active problem solving by learning teams contributes to critical thinking and effective team communications, which can be carried forward into professional roles in the work place. The curiosity and inspiration that inspired this conference paper was a research question “How does facilitated problem-based learning benefit a team of distributed learners when collaborating on designing and producing a practical solution?” This paper accompanies a visual literature review presentation to prepare for a live break out session to consider the complex problem of BYOD (bring-your-own-device) to a learning event.|
|dcterms.rights||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
|dc.contributor.affiliation||Barbara Lauridsen - Capella University|
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TCC 2012 Proceedings|
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