PBL principle an approaches

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Barge S. (2011). Principles of Problem and Project Based Learning. The Aalborg PBL Model, http://files.portal.aau.dk/filesharing/download?filename=aau/aau/2010/~/pub/PBL_aalborg_modellen.pdf
//An introduction to PBL

Barrows, H. S., (1996). Problem-based learning in medicine and beyond: A brief overview, in: L. Wilkerson and W.H. Gijselaers (Eds.), Bringing Problem-Based Learning to Higher Education: Theory and Practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
//The book in general describes the basics of PBL, along with the variables that affect its success. The chapters provide examples of its application in a wide range of disciplines, including medicine, business, education, engineering, mathematics, and the sciences.

Kolmos, A., Fink, F. K., & Krogh, L. (2004). The Aalborg PBL model : Progress, diversity and challenges. Aalborg : Aalborg Universitetsforlag.
//The result of an internal conference at Aalborg University, which afterwards resulted in 23 articles for this book. Focusing on development and variation of the Aalborg Model.

Krogh, L. (.,), Brødslev Olsen, J. (. )., & Rasmussen, P. (. ). (2008). In Krogh L., Krogh L. (Eds.), Projektpædagogik : Perspektiver fra Aalborg Universitet. Aalborg : Aalborg Universitetsforlag.
//The book comprises six contributions from different authors who represent different fields from the Aalborg university interpretation of project pedagogy, theory and practice. In addition it also includes a comprehensive bibliography of publications from employees from AAU.

Krogh, L., & Aarup Jensen, A. (2013). In Krogh L. (Ed.), Visions, challenges, and strategies : PBL principles and methodologies in a Danish and global perspective. Aalborg : Aalborg University Press.
//An up-to-date and very thorough anthology on PBL written by authors who draw on experiences and research from their specific educational contexts and fields.