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Classroom discourse in problem-based learning classrooms in the health sciences
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics
Classroom discourse analysis has contributed to understandings of the nature of student-teacher interactions, and how learning takes place in the classroom; however, much of this work has been undertaken in teacher-directed learning contexts. Student-centred classrooms such as problem-based learning (PBL) approaches are increasingly common in professional disciplines such as the health sciences and medicine. With the globalisation of education, health science and medical education, PBLdoi:10.2104/aral0709 fatcat:ogognbx4f5cixngms652aiavaa