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Collaborative Knowledge Construction in the Context of Problem-Based Learning

Exploring learning from conflicting ideas and knowledge

Matti Aarnio

Studies in Educational Sciences 261

Today’s medical education faces the challenge of developing students competencies to resolve ever more complex problems in collaboration with other professionals. Problem-based learning (PBL) has proven useful for developing many of the competencies needed in modern healthcare. In PBL students collaboratively construct knowledge to explain and solve problems related to real-life situations. In such knowledge construction, dealing with conflicting ideas and knowledge has the potential to enhance student learning while also developing teamwork and critical thinking, skills that are central to multi-professional healthcare teams. The studies that make up the present doctoral thesis explored how students deal with conflicts on knowledge and how they are facilitated to handle such conflicts in PBL tutorial discussions. In addition, the thesis focuses on how to help students learn teamwork skills and critical thinking.

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SaatavuusTarvepainatustuote
KustantajaKäyttäytymistieteiden laitos (Helsingin yliopisto)
JulkaisusarjatStudies in Educational Sciences
KieliEnglanti
Julkaisuvuosi2015
Sivumäärä154
UlkoasuB5, Pehmeäkantinen kirja
ISBN978-951-51-0309-3
ISSN1798-8322
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