|Tentative Conclusions Drawn from Practical Research I: Practical Research at a Science and Engineering University with a Focus on PEPA and PBL
|松下, 佳代 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2665-6978 (unconfirmed)
|This study examined the practice and the intermediate results of action research conducted using PEPA (Pivotal Embedded Performance Assessment) and PBL. PEPA is a concept that aims to understand studentsʼ learning trajectories and improve the quality of their learning outcomes at graduation by directly assessing and connecting learning outcomes in several key courses. Although the theory emerged from practice in the medical field, we attempted to expand the scope of application and refine the theory by implementing it in a science and engineering university (Tokyo City University). The transformation to a learning system paradigm began with a university-wide PBL curriculum, under which key courses are designed and implemented in each department, and individual changes (cultivation of expert judgement) are underway, mainly among the faculty members in charge. In this respect, PEPA and PBL are promising approaches for the transformation to a learning system paradigm.
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