This morning, the report on student centred approaches in higher education was launched at a breakfast seminar. Monika Nerland (IPED/UiO) and Tine Prøitz (NIFU) presented the key results in the report. This was followed by a panel discussion with Oddrun Samdal (UiB), Ida Austgulen (NSO), Stein Erik Lid (NOKUT) og Gunn Engelsrud (NIH).
The report presents results from 8 course level case studies that employ various student centered approaches. All of the chapters present specific lessons learned, and the final chapter concludes with a number of dilemmas for using student-centered approaches.
The report includes chapters on:
- Introduction by Monika Nerland and Tine S. Prøitz
- Project-based learning in Computer Engineering Education by Crina Damşa
- Portfolio assessment in an undergraduate course in ecology by Rachelle Esterhazy
- Group assignments and roleplay in Organisation and Management by Line Wittek & Monika Nerland
- Simulation in a practicum course in nursing by Yngve Nordkvelle & Odd Rune Stalheim
- Bringing work-related elements into teaching and learning of legal education by Trine Fossland & Thomas de Lange
- Online teaching and learning in an experience-based MBA programme by Trine Fossland & Cathrine Tømte
- Problem-based learning in a field course in ecology research by Heidi Hyytinen
- Large class lectures and essay writing in legal education by Heidi Hyytinen & Anne Haarala-Muhonen
- Quality of educational practices: Lessons learned and recommendations for the future by Monika Nerland, Tine S. Prøitz, Crina Damsa, Thomas de Lange, Rachelle Esterhazy, Trine
Fossland, Heidi Hyytinen, Yngve Nordkvelle, Odd Rune Stalheim, Cathrine Tømte, Line Wittek