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Recommendations for Designing and Implementing Distributed Problem-Based Learning

American Journal of Distance Education , Volume 22 (4): 207-221 – Oct 1, 2008

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Routledge
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© 2008 Informa plc
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0892-3647
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10.1080/08923640802430462
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Recommendations for Designing and Implementing Distributed Problem-Based Learning

Abstract

As distributed problem-based learning (dPBL) emerges as an interactive online methodology, it is necessary for instructional designers who want to develop this approach to understand the practices experienced designers of dPBL recommend. This phenomenological study examined the practices that designers of dPBL use and recommend. Ten experienced dPBL designers from seven countries participated in the qualitative study. Data were collected through semistructured telephone interviews in order to gather information about each individual's experiences using instructional design and designing dPBL. A listing of ten recommendations for designing dPBL is presented based on the information provided by the experienced designers.
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