Problem Based Learning

Date
: 7, 8 & 9 April 2015 (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)
Time
: 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
Venue
: Kompleks ЄUREKA, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Academic instructors and managers.
College and University professors and instructors.
Professional trainers.
Students interested in PBL.
PUSAT PEMBANGUNAN KECEMERLANGAN AKADEMIK
CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
in collaboration with:
COURSE FEE
Fees are inclusive of GST (GST registration no : 0012 9141
9648).
Fee covers tea breaks and lunches, workshop materials and
Certificate of Attendance.
(wholly-owned by Universiti Sains Malaysia)
(Co. No. 473883-H)
HRDF : 0159
MYR 650.00 per participant
Group : MYR 580.00 per participant
(Minimum 3 participants from the same company /
organisation)
HRDF CLAIMABLE*
*Subject to HRDF Approval
Student : MYR 500.00 per participant
(No group discount available)
(Proof of I.D. is compulsory)
INTRODUCTION
COURSE CO-ORDINATOR
This is a three-day workshop on PBL. The first
day will be on the theoretical background of PBL.
The second day will be hands-on while the third
day, participants will be showcasing their
presentations. PBL has been defined as “active
learning” stimulated by, and focused round a
clinical, community or scientific problem. The key
notion is that learning commences as a problem,
query or question that the learner seeks to solve.
Herein lays the power of PBL because the learner
is required to solve a specific problem whilst
acquiring knowledge on how to solve similar
problems.
ASSOC. PROF. DR. ROZINAH JAMALUDIN
Rozinah
Jamaludin
is
an
Associate Professor at the
Centre
for
Instructional
Technology and Multimedia,
Universiti Sains Malaysia
since 1994 until now. She graduated with her
PhD degree from RMIT Melbourne in Elearning. Her major is in e-Learning and Web
COURSE OBJECTIVES
Design and Development.
1. To enhance knowledge, skills and attitudes of
participants in using PBL.
2. To promote the application of PBL in teaching
and learning process.
3. To enhance the knowledge and skills
regarding development of triggers for PBL.
4. To develop PBL triggers & tutor guides.
5. To encourage critical thinking among
participants.
6. To incorporate Web 2.0 tools into the
application of PBL.
7. To evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and
learning in PBL.
Deputy Director of Centre for Development and
Academic Excellence (CDAE) and very much
involved
in
research,
publications,
and
supervisions of postgraduates studies.
She is also the Master Trainer for AKEPT in
Higher Education and MQA assessor for both
public and private university. Besides training,
her
passion
on
internationalization
and
globalization makes her work with the ASEAN
COURSE METHODOLOGY
This course is conducted in a seminar room.
Each participant will receive a set of course
materials.
ENQUIRIES
Technical:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rozinah Jamaludin
Centre
for
Development
and
Excellence
University Sains Malaysia (USM)
(E) [email protected]
(M) +04–653 2152
She is now the
counterparts like Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam
and Myanmar (CLMV) countries, Thailand,
Philippines and Indonesia.
She currently is one of the Master Trainers for
Student Centred Learning for the CDAE.
Academic
Registration and others:
Khairol Anuar Mohammed
Usains Holding Sdn. Bhd.
(Off) +604 – 643 7420 ext 5714
(DL) +604 – 653 5714 / (M) +6012–286 9048
(E) [email protected] /
[email protected]
Disclaimer
The Organizer reserves the right to reschedule or cancel
any part of its published programme or venue due to
unforeseen circumstances and will not accept liability for
costs incurred by participants or their organizations for the
cancellation of travel arrangements and/or accommodation
reservations as a result of the course being cancelled or
postponed. Advance notice will be given if there is such a
change or cancellation.
7.
COURSE CONTENTS
DAY ONE
1.
MODULE 1 – INTRODUCTION.
• Malaysian Higher Education – A Quick
Glance.
• The 21st Century Scenario in Higher
Education.
• Learners Characteristics in the 21st Century.
• Knowledge, Skills and Attitude.
• Concept of Outcome Based Education
(OBE), Student Centered Learning (SCL) and
Problem Based Learning.
2.
MODULE 2 – STUDENT CENTERED
LEARNING (SCL).
• What is SCL?
• Why SCL?
• Principles and Philosophies of SCL.
• Benefits and Disadvantages of SCL.
• SCL with Adult Learners.
3.
MODULE 3 – PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
(PBL).
• What is PBL?
• Why PBL?
• The Process of PBL.
• PBL vs. Project Oriented PBL (PoPBL).
• PBL Triggers.
• Guidelines to develop PBL Triggers.
• Exercises on PBL.
DAY TWO
4.
MODULE
4
–
THE
CONSTRUCTIVE
TEACHER.
• Learning Theories in PBL.
• Types of Learning Theories.
• Application of Learning Theories in PBL.
• The nature of motivation in PBL.
• Understanding the culture of learners in PBL.
5.
MODULE 5 – BLOOMS TAXONOMY.
• Blooms Taxonomies of Learning.
• Blooms Taxonomies of Verbs.
• Learning Outcome Statements.
• Exercises on Concept Mapping.
6.
MODULE
6
–
ALIGNING LEARNING
OUTCOMES.
• Constructive Alignment.
• Understanding
the
Malaysian
Quality
Framework (MQF).
• Examples of Mismatches LOs with MQFs.
• Matching LOs with the MQFs.
• Exercises on writing LOs based on Blooms
Taxonomies.
MODULE 7 – SUPPORTING STUDENT
LEARNING.
• Gen-Y students.
• Understanding
the
Learning
Style
Dimensions.
• Principles of Collaborative vs. Cooperative
Learning.
• Cooperative Problem Based Learning
(CoPBL).
• Students Learning Space and Sitting
Arrangement.
• Tutors’ and Students’ Role in PBL session.
DAY THREE
8.
MODULE 8 – THE 21st CENTURY VIRTUAL
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (VLE).
• Introduction to Virtual Learning Environment
(VLE).
• Understanding similar terms of VLE.
• Advantages and Disadvantages of VLE.
• Understanding e-learning, mobile learning
and blended learning.
• Blended Learning vs. Active Learning in PBL.
• Types of Active Learning: Flipped Classroom.
• Introduction to Web 2.0 tools : Padlet, Google
Drive,
Poll
Everywhere,
Blendspace,
Edmodo, Socrative.
• OERs and MOOCs.
9.
MODULE 9 – ASSESSMENT IN PBL.
• Why Assessment is Important?
• Methods of assessment in PBL.
• Self, Peer and Collaborative Assessment.
• Examples of Assessment in PBL.
• Formative and Summative Assessment.
• Using Rubrics in PBL.
• Examples of Rubrics developed in PBL.
• Aligning Assessment with intended LOs.
10. MODULE
10
–
PRACTICAL
IMPLEMENTATION.
• Preparing Active and Safe Learning
Environment.
• Invoking Students Engagement.
• Lifelong Learning in PBL: Formal, Informal
and Non-Formal Learning.
• Practical Implementation of PBL.
• Presentations of PBL project (group project).
REGISTRATION FORM
PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (PBL) – APRIL 2015
Send registration form to : Khairol Anuar, Usains Holding Sdn. Bhd., Level 2, Block C, [email protected],
No.10, Persiaran Bukit Jambul, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang.
Fax : +604 – 643 0490 or
Email : [email protected] / [email protected]
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BANK
NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:
Cheque
Normal
Bank Draft
Group
Money Order
Student
LO / PO
MYR
TOTAL
Cheque / Bank Draft / Money Order / LO / PO must be made payable to ‘USAINS HOLDING SDN. BHD.’.
1. Bank Transfer [Please fax your Bank-in Slip (Print your name & details on the slip)].
Payee Name
: USAINS Holding Sdn. Bhd.
Details
: PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (PBL) – APRIL 2015
Name of Bank
: CIMB Bank Berhad (USM Branch), Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 USM Penang.
Account Number : 800 – 381 – 7364
2. A Local Order (LO) or Purchase Order (PO) must be presented before the event.
The Organizer reserves the right to refrain a registered participant from taking part in the event if no proof of payment
can be presented. This only applies to registered participants who have NOT paid the registration fee PRIOR to the
event date.
3. Cancellation / Substitution
A full refund less administration cost of 25% (from normal fee) will be given for cancellation received not later than 10
working days before the event. No refund will be made after this period. However, substitute participants are
welcomed at no extra charge provided written notice of at least 5 working days before the event is given to the
Organizer.