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The Best Writers2nd Colleague DCGDCGProblem-Based LearningTop of FormProblem-based learning is an instructional approach whereby open-ended problems are carefully constructed to be used by groups of students to work through content and find a solution. Problem-based learning is used in numerous segments of higher education. At the same time, case-based learning is where cases like stories are used by students in order to explore when reading. This type of learning usually directs students towards a thought-through conclusion. In addition, it provides the resources as well as context required in discussing and debating issues dynamically (Thenmozhi, 2019). When more than one case is presented, case-based learning becomes case-based reasoning. In case-based reasoning, students are needed to reason about multiple cases as well as how previous solutions can be utilized in new problems or how previous cases are related to new cases.During this course, I participated in a problem-based case-based learning event, and I experienced some challenges. One major challenge I encountered with problem-based learning is that it requires a lot of time and takes away time allocating for studying for other subjects by the student (Thenmozhi, 2019). On the other hand a major challenge that I experienced with case-based learning is that it was quite complex. As a result, it requires the collection and storage of a large number of resources. This storage is mostly technology or multimedia cases. This storage is needed to collect and provide students with the needed resources sufficiently to understand the case.In regards to the challenge, I experienced in problem-based learning, I focused more on developing a strict timetable to ensure that I did not spend a lot of time on a single subject. On the other hand, I overcame the challenge I experienced in case-based learning was to seeking advanced storage technology of “the cloud” as it unlimited space. I feel that a course that has no pre-or-post event test does not provide an ability to comprehend course needs and requirements effectively (Thenmozhi, 2019).Thenmozhi, C. (2019). Models of Metacognition. International Journal of Education. Bottom of FormBottom of Form