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Thursday, March 17 • 3:40pm - 4:00pm
Problem-based Teaching and Learning FILLING

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Problem-based Teaching and Learning Problem based learning (PBL) is an instructional method a tool to afford learners opportunity to practice and acquire problem solving skills needed in the world of work in the 21st century. Implementing a PBL method, learners' addressing a self-selected problem scenario is very significant process. One of the main defining characteristics of PBL, which distinguishes it from some other instructional methods, is that the problem is identified by the learners at the start learning activities. Traditionally, a problem scenario is presented by the facilitator. This can be non-motivational for the learner to connect with the motive behind it.

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Katy Herbold

Associate Professor, Southern Utah University
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Tony Pellegrini

Associate Professor, Southern Utah University
Tony Pellegrini possesses and earned doctorate in Educational Leadership and Higher Education from UNLV. He Possesses and Administrative/Supervisory License with and Educational Technology Endorsement from the Utah State Office of Education. He presents annually at SUECON in St. George and is a member of their conference planning board.