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Assessment in Problem & Project Based Learning: Sharing our Practice

Registration is now open for our Annual Symposium to be held on 19th May at Maynooth University. The full programme and registration details are available here Assessment in Problem & Project Based Learning: Sharing our Practice

Supported by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning

Transfer & Employability: E/PBL Research & Practice
Please save the date! On Friday December 11, 2015 FACiLiTATE will host a day
long event in Trinity College Dublin on Transfer & Employability: E/PBL Research &
Practice. This event is generously support by the National Forum for the
Enhancement of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education

Spring Workshop Series 2015

Facilitate have been supported by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education  to deliver a Spring workshop series, focusing on how E/PBL can be used to support practice in the following areas:

  • Enquiry and Writing
  • Mindfulness
  • Networking and Networks
  • Undergraduate research and the research-teaching nexus

More details are available via the Events page.  Register your interest here , follow us on Twitter @PBLfacilitate or check back here for updates.

New Members Join Steering Committee

The Facilitate network is delighted to welcome two new members,  Dr. Marek McGann (@MarekMcGann ) from the Department of Psychology , Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick and Dr Bob Lawlor a lecturer in Electronic Engineering from the National University of Ireland Maynooth.  As the focus of the steering group shifts towards developing a stronger practice and evidence base for PBL, the wider discipline expertise these two new members bring to the steering committee will be invaluable.

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