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Visual Images as Hooks for Problem-Based Learning

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posted on 12.05.2016, 11:14 by D. J. Raine, Cheryl Hurkett
In problem-based learning students are presented with a problem as the motivation for group research. The presentation of the problem attempts to address the issue of ownership of content by both providing a context for knowledge acquisition and requiring a transformation of material to address the problem. The transformational aspect in principle provides the opportunity for creativity. We present two case studies, with different outcomes, and the results of a workshop, in which visual imagery was used as the hook for a PBL problem with a view to encouraging creativity in the responses.

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Raine, D;Hurkett, C, 'Visual Images as Hooks for Problem-Based Learning' in Raine, D;Hurkett, CP;Rogers, L, (eds) Physics Community & Cooperation: Selected Contributions from the GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference, Lulu / The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science, University of Leicester, 2010, pp. 240-243

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/Organisation/COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING/Department of Physics and Astronomy

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Raine

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Lulu / The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science, University of Leicester

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9781446162194

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01/01/2010

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2009

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12/05/2016

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Raine, D;Hurkett, CP;Rogers, L

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en

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