PBL MOOC: UM presents short lectures on Problem-Based Learning

Highly informative and interesting knowledge clips were used in the MOOC. A selection of those clips are shared here.
Maastricht University presents short lectures on Problem-Based Learning: How, what and why? Features of a well-designed learning task; Designing a PBL course from four components; and the future of PBL.

You also hear student opinions on problem-based learning: process or PBL, learning effects, relevance.

Enjoy exploring and learning;)

Problem-Based Learning: How, what and why?

Features of a well-designed learning task – Heidi Maurer

Features of a well-designed learning task – Christina Peristeridou

Features of a well-designed learning task – Sjoke Merk

Features of a well-designed learning task – Piet & Ben 1

Features of a well-designed learning task – Piet & Ben 2

Features of a well-designed learning task – Menno Knetsch

Designing a PBL course from four components – Jeroen van Merriënboer

Student opinions on problem-based learning: process or PBL

Student’s opinions on problem-based learning: learning effects

Student’s opinions about problem-based learning: relevance

Future of PBL

Creative PBL Practices at Maastricht University

We have creative teachers who are adding their own spice to teaching and are practicing creative PBL methods at Maastricht University.

During 2018 we interviewed 10 of these teachers. The Instructional Design & E-learning task force (FHML) in collaboration with the Library and EDLAB have published the collection here https://edlab.nl/innovation/media/ .