Getting to the heart of the problem: Using the problems of practice approach as a starting place for creating problem-centered instruction
It is often difficult to transfer learning from one situation to another. Learning is more likely to be transferred if instruction is situated within a realistic context, using a problem-centered instructional approach. However, it can be challenging to create problem-centered instruction that authentically represents the needs and activities of the workplace and profession. This article describes the problems of practice approach––an iterative, guided process for developing problems for problem-centered instruction.
Dunlap, J.C. (2008). Getting to the heart of the problem: Using the Problems of Prac- tice approach as a starting place for creating problem-centered instruction. Perfor- mance Improvement, 47(8), 26-34.