PBL at SUND (Half-day seminar)
25.09.2019 kl. 12.30 - 15.30
About the seminar
Problem-based learning or PBL is the overarching pedagogical approach at AAU manifested through projects and cases and increasingly also visible in courses and other activities. To guide shared efforts across AAU we share some key principles however the translation of these principles into educational practice varies depending on the studies. To fully understand and fulfil the role as supervisor, facilitator or teacher in the health sciences and often across very different educations it is important to also understand the specific ways in which PBL is implemented at SUND.
This seminar is part of the compulsory PBL introduction for new members of staff at HST. It is also a possibility for more experienced educators to brush up on the different ways of using PBL and the underlying rationales for those differences which will all be presented and discussed at the seminar. The objective of the seminar is for all educators to fully understand their role in the various ways of doing PBL at SUND and to understand PBL in relation to the various health science educations.
Who should attend?
The seminar is relevant for all employees who have not yet completed the introduction to PBL at SUND and those who wish a brush up and a chance to discuss future directions of PBL in the health sciences.
Participation is free but registration is necessary to ensure adequate facilities.
If you have any questions please contact associate professor Diana Stentoft – firstname.lastname@example.org
This seminar is part of activities to develop pedagogical competencies at the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University and is organized by: Centre for Health Science Education and Problem-based Learning, Department of Health Science and Technology
Centre for Health Science Education and Problem-based Learning, Department of Health Science and Technology
FRB7E, room E1-214