Incorporating Problem-Based Learning Skills into Graduate and Professional Student Classes

The University of Michigan Law School’s Problem Solving Initiative

Authors

  • Andrea Quinn University of Michigan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.jpblhe.v8i2.3595

Abstract

This paper provides insights into an initiative that offers graduate and professional students from across the University of Michigan the opportunity to participate in multi-disciplinary, problem-based classes that foster creative thinking, teamwork, and development of transferrable skills. The paper describes how, in order to improve student learning outcomes and play to the strengths of instructors with, each, subject matter and problem solving expertise, we have modified the initiative’s structure.

Downloads

Published

19-08-2020

Issue

Section

Case studies of PBL and reflections on PBL in practice