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Problem based Learning in Engineering and Science – Development of Facilitator. Mona Dahms Department of Development and Planning Vestre Havnepromenade 5: 1-204, DK - 9000 Aalborg Phone : + 45 99408401, e-mail: [email protected] Lars Peter Jensen Department of Control Engineering

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Problem based learning in engineering and science development of facilitator

Problem based Learning in Engineering and Science – Development of Facilitator

Mona Dahms

Department of Development and Planning

Vestre Havnepromenade 5: 1-204, DK - 9000 Aalborg

Phone: + 45 99408401, e-mail: [email protected]

Lars Peter Jensen

Department of Control Engineering

Fredrik BajersVej 7C, DK - 9220 Aalborg East

Phone: + 45 99408740, e-mail: [email protected]

URL: http://es.aau.dk/staff/lpj

Associated Professors at Aalborg University


Problem based learning in engineering and science development of facilitator

Wednesday, October 30th 2013: PBL and The Aalborg model

9.00      Welcome by lecturer Mona Dahms and Lars Peter Jensen            Introduction and presentation of lecturer and participants.            Discussion of participants expectations (reflection-for-action).            Introduction to the program.

9.45 Why PBL?

Competence profile

10.20 Break

10.30 What is PBL?

Concept mapping

12.00      Lunch

13.00 Learning theories and PBL principles

13.45      Exercise in groups – make a project proposal across different engineering disciplines

14.45 Presentation of project proposals

15.15      PBL as educational model and Practice at Aalborg University           

16.00      End of day one

Home work for tomorrow: See the Video film about learning: “Teaching teaching and understanding understanding”


Problem based learning in engineering and science development of facilitator

Thursday, October 31th 2013: Facilitation

9.00       Unanswered questions from day one

9.15       Role play of a meeting between facilitator and students.

11.45       Lunch

12.30       Facilitation

14.00 Intercultural Communication in a PBL Environment

15.30       Forming Peer groups and planning experiment

16.00       End of day two


Monday december 9 th 2013 results from experiments with facilitation situations examination

Monday December 9th 2013: Results from experiments with facilitation situations + Examination

Until the last day of the course the participants are helping each other/sharing experience in Peer Groups making an experiment with supervision.

9.00    Presentation and discussion of group excercises.

12.00    Lunch

13.00    Assessment/Examinations of projects: Why and How 

15.00    Unanswered questions and evaluation of the course.


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