TRANSFORMING PBL THROUGH HYBRID LEARNING MODELS – TIMELY CHALLENGES AND ANSWERS IN A (POST)-PANDEMIC PERSPECTIVE AND BEYOND

17-19 AUGUST 2021

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
AALBORG UNIVERSITY, AALBORG, DENMARK
CALL FOR PAPERS 2021

WELCOME TO PBL2021

The goal of PBL 2021 international conference is to challenge, transform and expand current practices through the lenses of envisioned future hybrid learning models and environments for engaging students. The PBL address both PBL and active learning methodologies.

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THE PBL2021 THEME

The theme of the conference will focus on transforming PBL through hybrid learning models. The theme could cover elements such as: blended learning, interdisciplinary learning, individual and collaborative learning, disciplines and coherent educational models.

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THE VENUE

The conference will be at Aalborg University’s CREATE building (Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg Denmark), which is located in the center of Aalborg.

Aalborg University (AAU) was established in 1974 with a problem – and project-based educational model. AAU is recognized world-wide and was recently ranked among the most innovative universities in the MIT report, “The GlobalState of the Art in Engineering Education“.

Aalborg has a state-of-the-art plane-station, which you can reach from Copenhagen, Oslo, London and Amsterdam.

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SUBMIT YOUR CONTRIBUTION AFTER READING THE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Richard K. Miller

President and professor, Olin College of Engineering, Massachusetts, USA

Prof.dr. Diana Dolmans

School of Health Professions Education (SHE), Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Laura Czerniewicz

Professor and Director, Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, University of Cape Town

SAVE THE DATE
AUGUST 17th – 19th 2021

AALBORG, DENMARK
Hosted by Aalborg University
Organized in conjunction with IRSPBL2021

Contact: pbl2021@aau.dk