Leveraging Collaborative, Thematic Problem-Based Learning to Integrate Curricula

Robert Sroufe, Diane P. Ramos
  • Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, April 2015, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/dsji.12063

How To Integrate Problem-Based Learning Into Business Courses

What is it about?

While cultivating the application of learning across the curriculum, the authors engaged MBA students in solving complex, real-world sustainability challenges using a pedagogical emphasis on nurturing creativity via double-looped learning, meaningful self-directed assessment, and professional development coaching.

Why is it important?

The value for students (and faculty) includes improved skills in framing complex problems, first-hand insight into emerging business challenges, increased cross-discipline integration. Moreover, it offers a proving ground for applying emerging theories and analytical tools and models in the decision sciences.

Perspectives

Dr Robert Sroufe
Duquesne University

Instructors gain new perspectives on their disciplines while exploring innovative avenues for cross-functional research, publication, and the documentation of assurance of learning.

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