About IC-PBL

What is IC-PBL?

Industry-Coupled Problem-Based Learning (IC-PBL) is a learner-centered educational model wherein learners solve context-rich problems occurring in real-life fields, coupled with industry, society, and university.

Education for the fourth and future industrial revolution!

4 Types of IC-PBL Course (MECA)

IC-PBL is determined by two main factors.
1) Who brings the topics? - the fields or the instructors
2) Who evaluates the outcome? – the fields or the instructors
M

MERGE

Problems and Projects are provided by the industrial institutions
Outcomes of problem-solving are delivered during the course
On-going evaluation and feedback is provided by the institutions during the process
E

EVALUATE

roblems and Projects designed by the instructors are discussed during the course
On-going evaluation and feedback is provided by the institutions on the outcomes-driven in the course
C

CREATE

Problems and Projects designed by the instructors are discussed during the course
On-going evaluation and feedback is provided by the instructors on the outcomes
A

ANCHOR

Problems and Projects of the industrial institutions are discussed during the course
Respective evaluation and feedback is given by the instructor on the outcome during the course

Offerings for Faculty

01.Teaching Orientation for IC-PBL

Faculty can apply to participate in orientation and consultation with IC-BPL CTL to gain inclusive teaching strategies.

02.Design IC-PBL course

Faculty can kick off a new IC-PBL course by submitting the application form. The application will be reviewed and enrolled as a certified-course by the respective consultant of IC-PBL CTL.

03.Teaching Observation

Faculty can receive individualized feedback to teaching from the observation during the first course.

04.Documentation and Share

Faculty can provide the final report of the course to IC-PBL as a document. The report will be shared on the dashboard (“Introduce Hanyang’s IC-PBL Courses) under the consent for sharing the course.

05.Course Spotlights

Faculty can attend seminars to share ‘Best Practice’ and encourage fellows who have introduced innovative learning experience in the course.