Problem Based Learning Diabetes Education. Sylvia Parker November 13, 2012 Nursing 534: Strategies for Teaching Nursing University of Scranton. Definition. Watering & Dochy (2005) described Problem based learning as:
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Problem Based LearningDiabetes Education
November 13, 2012
Strategies for Teaching Nursing
University of Scranton
Watering & Dochy (2005) described Problem based learning as:
The Motivation to Learn Begins with a Problem
In a problem-based learning (PBL) model, students engage complex, challenging problems and collaboratively work toward their resolution. PBL is about students connecting disciplinary knowledge to real-world problems—the motivation to solve a problem becomes the motivation to learn.
Based on the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, implications for educating nurses includes 4 types of knowledge intended for students to learn (varies by instructors):
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