Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/56271
Type: Conference paper
Title: Exploring PBL as a strategy for improving student learning outcomes
Author: Joham, C.
Clarke, M.
Citation: ATN Evaluation and Assessment Conference 2007: assessment and evaluation for real world learning, a conference for university teachers, 29-30 November 2007 : pp.59-65
Publisher: Department of Teaching and Learning Support Services, Queensland University of Technology
Publisher Place: Brisbane
Issue Date: 2007
ISBN: 1741071356
Conference Name: Australian Technology Network Assessment Conference Assessment Conference (2007 : Brisbane, Queensland)
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Carmen Joham, Marilyn Clarke
Abstract: Problem‐based learning (PBL) has been identified in the literature as one approach for enabling the development of generic employability skills. This approach differs from many traditional approaches to teaching and learning by integrating employability skills (such as problem solving, teamwork and self‐management) into the student learning process. The purpose of this paper is to explore problem‐based learning (PBL) as a vehicle for improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment outcomes in the management field. Examples from a Masters course are provided as initial empirical data. The paper argues that PBL assists in the development of employability skills for students, supports a high level of interaction among students from diverse cultural backgrounds and facilitates the integration of multiple perspectives into group views as part of the problem‐solving process (Checkland, 1981).
Keywords: problem‐based learning; employability skills; problem solving
Description: Copyright © 2007 Joham and Clarke.
RMID: 0020092556
Description (link): http://www.eac2007.qut.edu.au/
Published version: http://www.eac2007.qut.edu.au/proceedings/index.jsp
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