Barbara Lauridsen, MBA
Barbara is an enthusiastic learning facilitator within information technology education.
She is currently focused on conducting research to culminate in a dissertation titled “Is information technology education better learned in teams? An explorative study of teamwork effectiveness at a higher education institution”.
This area of interest does integrate her professional commitment to promoting problem-based learning as a way to guide solving problem for database design, software interfaces and business intelligence.
Her web site is http://barbaralauridsen.com
Presenter for the Following Session
- Problem-Based Learning for Capstone Project Teams: Sharing Research Findings
The inspiration for conducting case study research aligns with successfully tutoring adult learners to become problem solvers and critical thinkers, ready for technology challenges of the professional business world. Knowing how to think about and solve problems is a skill needed by technology professions. The research followed on the paper presented by Lauridsen at TCC in 2012. Problem-based learning (PBL) is an ideal protocol for facing the challenge.
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