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    Disadvantages of Problem-Based Learning

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    What are the disadvantages of a problem-based learning (list 3-5) approach in an educational setting? Explain your answer.

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    What are the disadvantages of a problem-based learning (list 3-5) approach in an educational setting? Explain your answer.

    Problem-based learning is a process in which students learn through exploration in a systemic way; usually through a real-life situation. Learning occurs through the skills that each individual student obtains when he or she finds solutions for the problem independently rather than having a teacher/professor lecture about it. Students who learn though ...

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    This posting discusses the disadvantages of problem-based learning.

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