Centre for Teaching Development and Innovation (ZIEL)
AG Projektbasierte Lehre
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a form of teaching and learning that has been successfully tested many times. PBL involves conveying content by working on and solving practical, complex problems. Theoretical or methodological competencies are thus understood as a means to an end and not as an end in themselves, and are often acquired with higher intrinsic motivation.
Furthermore, group dynamic processes and their conscious reflection are central elements of PBL. Students learn to organize projects independently to a large extent, to endure conflicts and to complete tasks. Companies are very interested in students who are successful in this area, as they are considered to have a clear competence advantage as problem solvers.
The central concern of our Working Group is to consciously review and compare the existing approaches and modules at H-BRS in order to systematically expand them and anchor them into the curricula.
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