Learning by Developing pedagogical concept
Pedagogical concept Learning by Developing (LbD) is internationally well-known learning model created and used in daily basis at Laurea University of Applied Sciences. The model has induced many international co-operational projects for us and we have been severally recognized with many prizes as a national level.
The pedagogical approach in LbD is an innovative operation model based on authenticity, partnership, experimental learning and research.
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Information about the pedagogical concept consultancy
The consultancy includes guiding how to do practical projects with real organizations and companies. The Learning by Developing model is built on a development project that is genuinely rooted in the working life. LbD aims to produce new practices and collaborations between lecturers, students and working life experts.
Content and results
The consultancy includes tailor made consulting, training and mentoring.
As a result the customers will learn modern learning theories and how to implement projects with partners form working life. Students learn to implement theory into the practice.
LBD4ALL - Learning by Developing (LbD) action models' adaptation for comprehensive schools
Raij, K. 2015. Entrepreneurial Way of Learning Guided by the Learning by Developing Action Model. 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. Conference Proceedings.
Annemari, Kuhmonen; Olavi, Kujanpää; Päivi, Pöyry-Lassila. 2015. Pedagogical experiment: Applying the P3P model for learning entrepreneurial mindset. AMK-lehti 2/2015, Arene ry, Helsinki.
Salonen, Outi; Rantanen, Tiia; Tallgren; Taru; Uusitalo, Tero. 2015. Peer to Peer (P2P) Learning Model: Unique Way to Educate Management & Leadership Knowledge and Skills by Working on Various Real-life Projects Together with Companies. In Anna, Swirska (ed.) Current Trends in Management: Business and Public Administration. Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, pp. 21-30.