By David Newble, Robert Cannon
First released in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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The final step involves a return to the tutor where the new information is used to re-analyse the problem and to come to some conclusions. The tutor evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of the student's problem-solving and selfdirected learning skills. The outcomes are compared with the student's self-assessment of his or her performance. This method appears to have obvious validity, but as there is little formal information about its validity and reliability, its value for summative purposes has yet to be clearly established.
5), but could be supported by a videotape of part of the history, or even by a visitor. Increasingly, the computer is being used to present the problem, often in very creative ways. 6. 5 EXAMPLE OF CASE-BASED PROBLEM 29 MR KIM JONES IS A 46-YEAR-OLD ACCOUNTANT. HE HAS RECENTLY BEEN ON A 6-WEEK TRIP TO SINGAPORE, THAILAND AND NEPAL. WHILE IN THAILAND HE HAD DIARRHOEA FOR TWO DAYS ABOUT THREE DAYS AFTER HIS ARRIVAL. THIS SETTLED DOWN WITHOUT ANY SPECIFIC TREATMENT AND HE CONTINUED ON WITH HIS JOURNEY TO NEPAL SEVERAL DAYS LATER.
The course is carefully structured as a series of modules containing problems that direct students into learning the appropriate basic and professional content; for example, the basic and pre-clinical sciences and clinical content in medicine. While it is essential to allow students to discover the learning issues from the problem, written guidelines are provided and tutor prompting occurs to ensure that all content areas are considered. The Open Discovery approach places more emphasis on the process.
A Handbook for Teachers in Universities and Colleges 4th Ed by David Newble, Robert Cannon