Problem Based Learning: Strategies, Struggles and Successes
Seeking participants for a round-table discussion at NeMLA on PBL.
Problem Based Learning (PBL) devises challenging, open-ended problems for students to solve collaboratively. How do we define and configure PBL, which originated in the sciences, for classes in the humanities? This round-table session invites
participants to share strategies, struggles and successes using PBL in literature classes.
NeMLA will be in New Brunswick, NJ from April 7-10, 2011.
Please send abstracts of 500-700 words by September 30, 2010 to Karen Stein, University of Rhode Island, firstname.lastname@example.org
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