Recently, there has been an increase in businesses and schools that are using some form of problem-based learning daily. By educating undergraduate and graduate students using this service delivery model, they will be better prepared to enter the workforce and increase their marketability. Further study is required to ensure students and faculty utilize this model to its full potential. Guide to Integrating Problem-Based Learning Programs in Higher Education Classrooms: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation provides college and university faculty with ways to establish, use, and evaluate a successful problem-based undergraduate or graduate program. Covering key topics such as peer tutors, evaluation, technology, and project-based learning, this reference work is ideal for higher education faculty, teachers, instructional designers, curriculum developers, school administrators, university leaders, researchers, practitioners, and students.
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