Attend our eLearning course for understanding how to practically adopt the Problem-based learning methodology.
Adopt our SuperFast Learning Machine for extracting the questions and associated answers related to your topic or subject from different kinds of documents (scientific papers, old quizzes, presentations, MOOCs, books, grey literature, etc.) and use its output as the starting point for building your problem-based training material.
Download here the Guide for using the SuperFast Learning Machine.
Watch here the Video Guide for using the SuperFast Learning Machine.
Download the theoretical background of problem-based learning methodology in a short version if you need just an overview or in a long version if you need a detailed description.
Download our pedagogical guidelines in the form of practical suggestions, instructions and tips about how to put into practice problem-based methodology, starting from the results of the SuperFast Learning Machine.
Download some example presentations you can adopt as reference for developing your own.
* Please take into consideration that the SFL machine-related parts of these presentations were created based on the first version of the SFL machine (before its fine-tuning)
Find the recording of the hands-on English-language webinar on practical adoption of the methodology here.
Découvrez ici le Guide d’utilisation de la SuperFast Learning Machine.
Découvrez les fondements théoriques de la méthodologie de l’apprentissage par problème.
Téléchargez nos lignes directrices pédagogiques sous forme de suggestions pratiques, d’instructions et de conseils sur la manière de mettre en œuvre la méthodologie d’Apprentissage Par Problèmes, en utilisant les résultats de la SuperFast Learning Machine.
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