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245 00 Interactional research into problem-based learning /
       |cedited by Susan M. Bridges and Rintaro Imafuku. 
264  1 West Lafayette, Indiana :|bPurdue University Press,
       |c[2020] 
300    1 online resource 
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505 0  Cover -- International Research Into Problem-Based 
       Learning -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- FOREWORD -- 
       EDITORS' INTRODUCTION Why Focus on Interactions in Problem
       -Based -- SECTION I Emic Perspectives of Problem-Based 
       Learning Dynamics Through Interactional Research -- 
       CHAPTER 1 Qualitative Research in Problem-Based Learning 
       in Health Sciences Education: A Review -- CHAPTER 2 
       Another Piece of the "Silence in PBL" Puzzle: Students' 
       Explanations of Dominance and Quietness as Complementary 
       Group Roles 
505 8  CHAPTER 3 A Framework for Problem-Based Learning: Teaching
       Mathematics With a Relational Problem-Based Pedagogy -- 
       CHAPTER 4 Facilitating Problem Framing in Project-Based 
       Learning -- CHAPTER 5 Collaborative Learning: Students' 
       Perspectives on How Learning Happens -- CHAPTER 6 Breaking
       the Ice: How Students Present Themselves to the Group in 
       an Interprofessional Problem-Based Learning Context -- 
       CHAPTER 7 Interactive Discourse in Interprofessional 
       Tutorial Groups: Dealing With Conflicting Views and 
       Meaning Construction 
505 8  CHAPTER 8 Are You Still With Us? Managing Mobile Phone Use
       and Group Interaction in Problem-Based Learning -- CHAPTER
       9 Students' Strategies for Managing Social Loafers in 
       Problem-Based Learning: Interactional Means of Dealing 
       With Unequal Participation in Group Work -- CHAPTER 10 How
       Can Screen Sharing Support Knowledge Coconstruction in 
       Technology-Enhanced Problem-Based Learning? -- SECTION II 
       New Theoretical Directions and Learning Designs for 
       Problem-Based Learning 
505 8  CHAPTER 11 The Impact of Transdisciplinary Threshold 
       Concepts on Student Engagement in Problem-Based Learning: 
       A Conceptual Synthesis -- CHAPTER 12 Toward Quality Online
       Problem-Based Learning -- CLOSING COMMENTARY Observations 
       from the Outside: Fledgling Researchers' Perspectives -- 
       ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX 
650  0 Problem-based learning|xResearch. 
650  0 Interaction analysis in education|xResearch. 
650  0 Student-centered learning|xResearch. 
700 1  Bridges, Susan M.,|d1961-|eeditor. 
700 1  Imafuku, Rintaro,|d1979-|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tInteractional research into problem-
       based learning|dWest Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue 
       University Press, [2020]|z9781557538048|w(DLC)  2020018918
856 40 |uhttps://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctvs1g9g4 
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