途上国における日本型PBL授業を導入する際の課題と改善策の検討 Analysis of the Difficulties and Improvement Method on Introduction of PBL Approach in Developing Country
In the field of international cooperation, it is increasing to introduce Japanese engineering educational model in the developing country to improve the quality of education and research activity. A naive implementation of such model in different cultures and educational systems may lead to several problems. In this paper, we evaluated the Project Based Learning (PBL) class, developed at Waseda University in Japan, and employed to the Egyptian education context at the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) . We found difficulties such as : non-homogeneous student' s background, disconnection with the student' s research, weak learning style adaptation, and irregular course conduction. To solve these difficulties at E-JUST, we proposed : the groupware introduction, project theme choice based on student' s motivation, and curriculum modification.
工学教育 60(2), 39-44, 2012-03-20
Japanese Society for Engineering Education