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Institute for advanced study in PBL

Visitors Workshop

UCPBL and IAS PBL welcome educators and researchers from all over the world to participate in a workshop for visitors on the shared PBL principles and the unique Aalborg problem- and project-based models. The workshop takes place at Aalborg University (AAU) from 23-24 April 2024.

AAU INNOVATE

Thomas Manns Vej 25
9220 Aalborg

  • 23.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:00
    Registration deadline: 07.04.2024

  • English

  • On location

AAU INNOVATE

Thomas Manns Vej 25
9220 Aalborg

23.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:0023.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:00
Registration deadline: 07.04.2024

English

On location

Institute for advanced study in PBL

Visitors Workshop

UCPBL and IAS PBL welcome educators and researchers from all over the world to participate in a workshop for visitors on the shared PBL principles and the unique Aalborg problem- and project-based models. The workshop takes place at Aalborg University (AAU) from 23-24 April 2024.

AAU INNOVATE

Thomas Manns Vej 25
9220 Aalborg

  • 23.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:00
    Registration deadline: 07.04.2024

  • English

  • On location

AAU INNOVATE

Thomas Manns Vej 25
9220 Aalborg

23.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:0023.04.2024 09:00 - 24.04.2024 16:00
Registration deadline: 07.04.2024

English

On location

Overall, the workshop aims to introduce the shared AAU problem- and project principles and the unique pedagogical models practised in the distinct educational contexts of the university, thus highlighting both unique contextualizations and shared PBL principles.
During the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to engage with researchers, academic staff and students by visiting different departments, and faculties related to their own academic field.

After the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe Aalborg University’s foundation of unique problem-based and project-based pedagogical models and its shared PBL principles.
  • Compare different problem- and project pedagogical models across different institutional practices, namely in engineering and science, the social sciences, the human sciences, and health, whilst considering their different educational contexts and disciplines.
  • Reflect on how the Aalborg models and practices can inspire change towards more problem-oriented, student-directed, collaborative teaching and learning practices.

An interdisciplinary team composed of researchers and experts from IAS-PBL (UCPBL, SHARE-PBL, HEALTH-PBL and KILD) run the workshop.

The cost per participant is €600. The price includes access to a collection of resources, department visits, lunch and coffee for the two days.

Below you will find the programme from last year's Visitors' Workshop