Preparing Faculty and Students for Problem-based Learning
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The literature of faculty development pays a great deal of attention to the preparation and training of teachers1,2 for educational innovation. Less attention, however, is given to the preparation of students, even though both parties involved in the teaching-learning process play an important role in the implementation of new instructional methods.
KeywordsFaculty Member Faculty Development Educational Innovation Tutorial Group Tutor Training
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