Presentation on theme: "1 Problem based Learning in Engineering and Science – Development of Facilitator A Course given by: Xiangyun Du Department of Education, Learning and Philosophy."— Presentation transcript:
1 Problem based Learning in Engineering and Science – Development of Facilitator A Course given by: Xiangyun Du Department of Education, Learning and Philosophy Sohngårdsholmsvej 2 room 3-24, DK - 9000 Aalborg Phone: + 45 99408353, e-mail: email@example.com Lars Peter Jensen Department of Control Engineering Fredrik Bajers Vej 7C, DK - 9220 Aalborg East Phone: + 45 99408740, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://es.aau.dk/staff/lpj Associated Professors at Aalborg University
Tuesday, the 28th of February 2012: PBL and The Aalborg model 9.00 Welcome by lecturer Xiangyun Du and Lars Peter Jensen Introduction and presentation of lecturer and participants. Discussion of participants expectations (reflection-for-action). Introduction to the program. 9.45 Opening exercise/discussion in groups about how to facilitate student’s that are newcomers 10.30 Presentation and discussion of results from the exercise 11.00 Reflection on University teaching and learning, including learning theories and the need for educational change and innovation. PBL history, understanding, philosophy and practice from a global perspective AAU PBL model – history and evidence 12.00 Lunch 13.00 AAU PBL model – history and evidence continued 13.30 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
Wednesday, the 29th of February 2012: Facilitation 9.00 Unanswered questions from day one 9.30 Introduction to role play. Exercise: Role play of a supervising situation 12.00 Lunch 13.00 Facilitation skills and experience exchange 14.30 Intercultural Communication in a PBL Environment 15.30 Forming Peer groups and planning experiment 16.00 End of day two
Wednesday, the 11th of April 2012: 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.
Groups for exercise Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4 Giang Phuong Nguyen Steffen Nielsen Huai Wang Søren Henrik Adam Quang Vinh Dang Sonia Fu Alexandru Tatomirescu Alireza Rezaniakolaei Niels Terp Kjeldgaard Jørgensen Chayapol Kamyod Dalia Kaulakiene Fang Wang Pil Seok Kwon Kristian Bohnstedt Qobad Shafiee German Corrales Madueno Line Røseth Karlsen Martin Leginus Swati Prasad Bente Nørgaard Simone Riis Lorenza Di Pilla Priscila de Brito Silva Wei Fan Martin Hundebøll Michael Madsen Prateek Mathur Reza A. Kordkheili
Exercise: Propose a project for first year students across existing disciplines within engineering. Think Blue Sky – No limits, No problems with colleagues, study board, expenses etc. The project shall include basic knowledge from different engineering areas represented in your group. The starting point shall be a problem that has a context and the student need to analyze it to fully understand the problem Be creative, use brain storm, mind map or other tools. Deliveries: A written project proposal (assignment) incl. “Environment”: –Group size, number of student’s, Time (hours, credits) Learning goals or possibilities for the students (Assessment) A short presentation (max. 10 min) of the above