PBL PRACTICE TRACK
Best practice contributions aim to present and share PBL experiences and implementation. They are avenues to share and discuss pedagogical change and/ or innovation without having to introduce to new theoretical, methodological and empirical perspectives as research papers do.
Best practices present descriptions of context, background and the pedagogical design of a PBL experiment or implementation. They should give sufficient information about the experiment and implementation that other practitioners can as inspiration to develop and adopt a similar design in their own practice.
Best practices contributions aim to:
- Disseminate experiences from research in progress
- To solidify and corroborate our knowledge of particular PBL-models or orchestrations
- To question our knowledge of particular PBL-models or orchestrations
- To disseminate good practice and act as inspirational cases for other practitioners wishing to work with PBL – or for knowing what to avoid when implementing PBL.
PBL RESEARCH TRACK
Research contributions include empirical and conceptual/ review papers that contribute to the current and future development of problem-based learning in all levels of education. In this track, contributions should be original research articles, informed by empirical and theoretical underpinnings from the fields and disciplines related to problem-based learning in all levels of education, particularly pedagogy, but also articles based on fields and disciplines in the humanities, social sciences and science and engineering. The journal is also interested in receiving articles that make an original practical or critical contribution to research theory and practice and knowledge and understanding of contemporary themes, developments and current thinking in problem-based learning in higher education.
The template for full papers provides the guidelines and authors should use it to submit their contributions.
Use the templates provided below. They provide the guidelines and authors should use it to submit their contributions. All contributions should be submitted through Easychair using the following link: [LINK]