One of the student-centred approaches is problem-based learning (PBL) in which students learn about a subject by working in groups to solve an open-ended problem. This problem drives the motivation and the learning and encourages independent responsibility for shared learning - all essential skills for future practice.

PBL allows for active learning and better understanding and retention of knowledge, and helps to develop life skills that are applicable to many domains.

Through problem-based approach, students enhance their knowledge, teamwork, oral and written communication, evaluation of group processes, critical thinking, analysis, working independently, group collaboration and problem-solving skills and self-awareness.

This course will help participants develop problem- based learning lesson plans, learn how to apply course content to real-world examples and best practices in EU.

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