Connecting the Dots: Integrating Problem-based Learning for Career Efficacy in Biomedical Engineering Technology

by Dalynn Park
The study follows the progress of BMET students throughout a semester who engage in a re-designed course and PBL activities. Our multi-faceted assessment includes quantitative measures of career awareness, confidence, efficacy, and in-depth qualitative analysis of cognitive, non-cognitive, and affective responses to course content and instructional delivery. Findings affirm PBL is effective for fostering habits of mind, but they further underscore how PBL can serve as a vehicle for enhancing the learning experience for students.
Biomedical Engineering Technology & Biobehavioral Health
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New Kensington
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Laura Cruz
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