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4. Agreement is reached on the information that students require to proceed with the problem. 5. If the exercise is to be completed in one session, this can then be provided by the teacher or an invited colleague who is the 'expert'. On the other hand, the full process of PBL can be continued with students departing to report back at a subsequent session, having completed their independent learning tasks. There are numerous ways that have been tried to move towards student-centred learning, some of which have a sound research base, while others are more experimental.
Pascarella, Ernest and Terenzini, Patrick (1991) How College Affects Students, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco. Trigwell, K, Prosser, M and Waterhouse, F (1999) 'Relations between teachers' approaches to teaching and student's approaches to learning', Higher Education, 37, pp 57-70. Chapter 3 Teaching in Small Groups INTRODUCTION This chapter assumes you have been asked to teach a small group. It also assumes that the group you are to take will meet on more than one occasion and therefore will present you with the opportunity to establish and develop a productive group learning atmosphere.
At it is that the students should have achieved by the time they have completed the module. It is important at this stage to seek the involvement of teachers from all the disciplines that are expected to contribute to the learning outcome of the students. Once objectives have been agreed, case summaries must be carefully prepared. Remember that they should be interesting and complex enough to engage students in the problem-solving process. A written guide should be developed for the tutors involved in the module; its content should depend to some extent on the degree of 24 A HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES familiarity that the tutors are likely to have with the problem.