PBL overview

PBL overview - Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Overview...

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Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Overview Format: Student groups meet twice a week during the class period. Dr. Saterbak will lecture during the first 25-30 min of the period. The remainder of each class period will be devoted to PBL group meetings. On two-thirds of the days, your group will be meeting with a facilitator (Dr. Saterbak or Benny Kadali); on the rest of the days, your group will be on its own. In addition to this, student groups will typically meet once a week over the weekend without instructor facilitation. Problems: Three PBL cases will be presented during the course. The first PBL case focuses on applying engineering evaluation to select a solution. The second PBL case uses mathematical modeling, and the solutions are used to make a recommendation. The third PBL case requires engineering design of a new device or product. Student groups will be responsible for finding solutions to these open-ended problems.
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course ENGI 150 taught by Professor Annsaterbak during the Fall '08 term at Rice.

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