Problem-based design studios for undergraduate SE education
Armarego, J. and Clarke, S. (2005) Problem-based design studios for undergraduate SE education. In: 18th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, 18-20 April 2005, Ottawa, ON, Canada pp. 249-254.
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Both the increasing knowledge needed to practise as a professional, and the accelerating rate of change within the discipline suggest that traditional learning models may not address the requirements of learners. Problem-based learning (PBL) and design studios (DS) are two approaches that focus on learners developing characteristics of lifelong learning. This tutorial explores a Problem-based Design Studio (PbDS) model of learning. The goal is to enable participants to gain some understanding of the model so as to evaluate its' applicability in their teaching/learning context.
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