The Problem-Oriented Project Work (PPL) Alternative in Self-Diected Higher Education

Anders Siig Andersen, Simon Heilesen

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    Abstract

    This chapter introduces an approach to higher education developed and practiced over four decades at Roskilde University in Denmark. Known as the Roskilde Model, the approach is characterized by (1) a special type of self-directed learning (SDL), named “problem-oriented project learning” (PPL); (2) a way of organizing undergraduate education into broad interdisciplinary programs; and (3) an interdisciplinary profile where double-major graduate programs allow students to design their own academic and professional profiles. The chapter first explains similarities
    and differences between PPL and some related concepts of SDL: problem-based learning (PBL), inquiry-based learning, and project learning. Secondly, it outlines the origins and development of Roskilde University and of PPL. Thirdly, it introduces and discusses the building blocks and workings of PPL: problem-orientation, interdisciplinarity, the exemplary principle, participant direction, and group-based project
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelInquiry-based Learning for Multidisciplinary Programs
    RedaktørerPatrick Blessinger, John M. Carfora
    Antal sider19
    Udgivelses stedBingley, UK
    ForlagEmerald Group Publishing
    Publikationsdato2015
    Sider23-41
    Kapitel2
    ISBN (Trykt)978-1-78441-848-9, 9781784418472
    StatusUdgivet - 2015

    Bibliografisk note

    Bidraget har modtaget Emeralds Award for Excellence – 2016, Outstanding Author Contributions.

    Emneord

    • PPL
    • Inquiry-based learning
    • Interdisciplinary education and research
    • participant directed learning
    • research based learning
    • student directed learning
    • Roskilde Universitet
    • Problem-oriented project studies
    • Problem-orienteret Projektarbejde
    • Roskildemodellen

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