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Title: PBL & concept acquisition
Authors: Nahas, Georges N.
Affiliations: Department of Education 
Keywords: PBL
Concept acquisition
Subjects: Problem based learning
Issue Date: 2008
Part of: Research symposium on PBL
Start page: 1
End page: 9
Conference: Research Symposium on PBL (30 june-5 jul 2008 : Aalborg University. Denmark) 
The objective of this presentation is to study to what extend a PBL learning process helps in concepts acquisition within the framework of an approach based on the principles of Cognitive Psychology, Constructivism and high mental skills. Any learning approach may turn out to become a technical tool if not rooted in a solid ground of a broad methodological vision of Education. PBL learning process is not and exception. To what extend a PBL based strategy will help knowledge building? What are the pre and co requisites for a successful PBL learning process from a cognitive point of view? Is there any relation between the development aspect at the learners level and the PBL strategy implementation? Finally, this presentation will come with a set of criteria to access the quality of learning on PBL strategies.
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Type: Conference Paper
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