Problem-Based Learning References
Prepared by Melissa CF Becker, MSW
Abrahamson, S. (1998). Obstacles to establishing problem-based learning. Journal of Dental Education, 62(9), 656-659.
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Aldred, S.E., Aldred, M.J., Walsh, L.J., & Dick, B. (1998). Implementing problem-based learning into professional and dental education. Journal of Dental Education, 62(9), 644- 649.
Barrows, H.S. (1998). The essentials of problem-based learning. Journal of Dental Education, 62(9), 630-633.
Biley, F. (1999). Creating tension: Undergraduate student nurses responses to a problem- based learning curriculum. Nurse Education Today, 19, 586-591.
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Charlin, B., Mann, K., & Hansen, P. (1998). The many faces of problem-based learning: A framework for understanding and comparison. Medical Teacher, 20(4), 323-330.
Chaves, J.F., Chaves, J.A. & Lantz, M.S. (1998). The PBL-Evaluator: A web-based tool for assessment in tutorials. Journal of Dental Education, 62(9), 671-674.
Cockrell, K.S., Caplow, J.A.H., & Donaldson, J.F. (2000). A context for learning: Collaborative groups in the problem-based learning environment. The Review of Higher Education, 23(3), 347-363.
Davis, M.H., & Harden, R.M. (1999). AMEE medical education guide no. 15: Problem-based learning: A practical guide. Medical Teacher, 21(2), 130-140.
de Graff, E. & Bouhuijs, P.A.J., Editors. (1993). Implementation of problem-based learning in higher education. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers.
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Evensen, D. & Hmelo, C. (Eds.). (2000). Problem-based learning: A research perspective on learning interactions. Erlbaum.
Glasgow (1997). New curriculum for new times: a guide to student-centered, problem-based learning.
Harden, R.M. & Davis, M.H. (1998). The continuum of problem-based learning. Medical Teacher, 20(4), 317-322.
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Kirkwood, M. (2000). Infusing higher-order thinking and learning to learn into content instruction: A case study of secondary computing studies in Scotland. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 32(4), 509-535.
Lantz, M.S. & Chaves, J.F. (1998). Implementing a new predoctoral curriculum with a PBL component at Indiana University School of Dentistry. Journal of Dental Education, 62(9), 675-679.
MacKinnon, M.M. (1999). CORE elements of student motivation in problem-based learning. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 78 (Summer), 49-59.
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Maudsley, G. (1999). Do we all mean the same thing by "problem-based learning"? A review of the concepts and a formulation of the ground rules. Academic Medicine, 74(2), 178- 185.
Miller, A.P., Schwartz, P.L., & Loten, E.G. (2000). Systems integration: A middle way between problem-based learning and traditional courses. Medical Teacher, 22(1), 51-58.
Milligan, F. (1999). Beyond the rhetoric of problem-based learning: Emancipatory limits and links with andragogy. Nurse Education Today, 19, 548-555.
Mpofu, D.J.S., Das, M., Stewart, T., Dunn, E., & Schmidt, H. (1998). Perceptions of group dynamics in problem-based learning sessions: A time to reflect on group issues. Medical Teacher, 20(5), 421-427.
Neville, A.J. (1999). The problem-based learning tutor: Teacher? Facilitator? Evaluator? Medical Teacher, 21(4), 393-401.
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Savin-Baden, M. (1998). Understanding problem-based learning contexts from staff and students perspectives. Paper presented at Higher Education Close Up Conference, 6-8 July 1998. Retrieved October 11, 2000, from the World Wide Web: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/000000697.htm
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van den Hurk, M.M., Dolmans, D.H.J.M., Wolfhagen, I.H.A.P., & van der Vleuten, C.P.M. (1998). Essential characteristics of student-generated learning issues in a problem- based curriculum. Medical Teacher, 20(4), 307-309.
Verhoeven, B.H., Verwijnen, G.M., Scherpbier, A.J.J.A., Holdrinet, R.S.G., et al. (1998). An analysis of progress test results of PBL and non-PBL students. Medical Teacher, 20(4), 310-316.
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