- Take some time to think about your topic. Now write down what you know about it.
I’ve begun to have a good overview of IBL and its related topics such as PBL and how they are being used in a university setting. I am familiar with some of the IBL models although I feel my understanding is still quite superficial.
2. How interested are you in this topic? Check (ü) one box that best matches your interest.
Not at all ☐ not much ☐ quite a bit ☐ a great deal ☐ X
3. How much do you know about this topic? Check (ü) one box that best matches how much you know.
Nothing ☐ not much ☐ quite a bit ☐X a great deal ☐
4. Thinking of your research so far – what did you find easy to do? Please mention as many things as you like.
Database/search engine searching is relatively easy for me as I do it all the time professionally.
5. Thinking of your research so far – what did you find difficult to do? Please mention as many things as you like.
I still find it difficult to stay on task. My searching brings up a lot of related articles but not always specific to my topic. However it is all interesting reading so I can quite often lose a couple of hours without being really productive.
6. How do you feel about your research so far? Check (ü) one box that best matches how you feel.
Frustrated – I can’t find what I want ☐
Overwhelmed – I’m finding it hard to sort through the information☐
Confused – I don’t really know what I’m looking for ☐
Confident – I think I know where I’m heading ☐X