Building the Team: Alternative Education Models for Further Growth
An action research (AR) approach to developing problem-based learning (PBL) instructional tools for Masters students enrolled in two distinctly different programs at the University of Hong Kong.
||Interdisciplinary, Action Research, Problem-Oriented Learning, Andragogy
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.51-56.
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Ann-Marie has worked in a variety of education environments in Australia, Scandinavia and Hong Kong over the last 18 years. Her areas of interest include teaching and learning in higher education and professional practice. Ann-Marie has a Bachelor of Education(Adult Education)and a Master of Education(Adult Education) from the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Graduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning from Charles Sturt University where she is a current doctoral candidate. Ann-Marie's current role is as a senior research assistant/consultant for the faculties of Architecture and Business and Economics Master's programs where she is developing and implementing new methods of instruction using problem-based learning
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