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Scenario-based learning: Transforming tertiary teaching and learning
8th QS Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education Conference (2013)
  • Reesa Sorin, James Cook University
Abstract

This paper documents the evolution of an online teaching program based on authentic learning and utilising Scenario-based learning (SBL) as a teaching tool. SBL, where students are presented with situations derived from actual classroom practice, affords learners a more active role in their learning and the opportunity to develop real life skills outside the institution; in order to operate successfully in the global state. By participating in scenarios that target teaching dilemmas worldwide, students gain experience and understanding that can be transferred to various international educational contexts.

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Publication Date
November 14, 2013
Publisher Statement
http://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/30512/
Citation Information
Reesa Sorin. "Scenario-based learning: Transforming tertiary teaching and learning" 8th QS Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education Conference (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/reesasorin/45/