Guide to Teaching Puzzle-based Learning

Guide to Teaching Puzzle-based Learning

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This book provides insights drawn from the authorsa€™ extensive experience in teaching Puzzle-based Learning. Practical advice is provided for teachers and lecturers evaluating a range of different formats for varying class sizes. Features: suggests numerous entertaining puzzles designed to motivate students to think about framing and solving unstructured problems; discusses models for student engagement, setting up puzzle clubs, hosting a puzzle competition, and warm-up activities; presents an overview of effective teaching approaches used in Puzzle-based Learning, covering a variety of class activities, assignment settings and assessment strategies; examines the issues involved in framing a problem and reviews a range of problem-solving strategies; contains tips for teachers and notes on common student pitfalls throughout the text; provides a collection of puzzle sets for use during a Puzzle-based Learning event, including puzzles that require probabilistic reasoning, and logic and geometry puzzles.As when ones skill and experience in some domains increases, System 1 gets better at giving a right answer (the 10, 000 hour training in predictable, rapid- feedback, environment, e.g., chess, piloting, music).8 But, the literature is replete withanbsp;...


Title:Guide to Teaching Puzzle-based Learning
Author: Edwin F. Meyer, Nickolas Falkner, Raja Sooriamurthi, Zbigniew Michalewicz
Publisher:Springer - 2014-07-23
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