Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

ISSN: 2952-8100

Open Access

Pilar Bajcsy

Department of Pharmacy, Tokyo Medical University, Tokyo, Japan

  • Mini Review   
    Problem−Based Learning (PBL) in Biomedical Science Master′s Courses: Technological Reconstruction for Direct Contact Towards Synchronization via the Internet and the Learner′s Aspect
    Author(s): Pilar Bajcsy*

    Problem-Based Learning (PBL) is a pedagogical approach that has gained significant attention in the field of education, particularly in the context of biomedical science master's courses. It involves presenting learners with real-world, complex problems that drive them to actively engage in problem-solving and critical thinking. As technology continues to shape the educational landscape, the integration of PBL with technological advancements, such as internet-mediated direct contact, has the potential to enhance the learning experience and better address the needs of contemporary learners. This article explores how PBL is employed in biomedical science master's courses, how technological reconstruction facilitates direct contact and synchronization via the internet, and the impact of these changes on the learner's educational experience... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2952-8100.2023.6.428

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