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Problem-based learning Problem-based learning in immersive virtual worlds Professor Maggi Savin-Baden, Coventry University http://www.elu.sgul.ac.uk/preview Slide 2 Problem-based Learning in Virtual Interactive Educational Worlds Slide 3 Aim: To develop the use of Problem-based Learning in Second Life. How? Create and deliver problem-based learning scenarios, facilitation strategies and guidance materials; and evaluate their impact on users. Why? To improve flexible modes of collaborative learning. Who? Paramedics, Health and Social Care management, foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate, distance and face-to-face courses Slide 4 Problem-based Learning 1. Organize curricular content around problem scenarios rather than subjects or disciplines 2. Students work in teams to manage these situations but are not expected to acquire a predetermined series of right answers 3. They decide what information they need to learn in order to manage the situation effectively Slide 5 There are diverse types of problem-based learning Face-to Face PBLonline PBL in Immersive Virtual Worlds Slide 6 Different models and modes of PBL McMaster model Maastricht 7 steps 5 Models 8 Modes Problem-a-day For example Slide 7 Slide 8 Background Problem-based learning courses Students in work placement o At a distance; o Time poor; o Loses collaborative element. Investigate new ways to deliver PBL Slide 9 The scenarios Information-driven (IDS) : Scenarios are presented through multiple interactive screens in SL. These screens will output text, images, sound and video footage as necessary. The information on display will change depending on the students decisions. Avatar-driven (ADS) : set in the appropriate surroundings (e.g. at the patients home, in the hospital ward) and the patient is represented by a non-player character (NPC). Information would be given by the NPC and the students would then discuss how to proceed. Allows for more complexity than IDS. Slide 10 User Led User needs analysis Systems Acceptance With tutors Testing days Training Evaluation chat logs and in world video observations and focus groups Slide 11 Paramedic Scenarios Slide 12 Slide 13 Clinical Manager Scenarios Slide 14 New for Learning in Higher Education Chat bots Machinima Holodecks PBL in IVWs Slide 15 Evaluation Key questions: o Does this environment engage? o Do the learners have an identity? o Promote collaboration? o What are the tutors experiences? o What are the costs of using SL for this method of teaching? Slide 16 The future Research: Leverhulme Trust Development funding: JISC Sharing and collaboration

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