The difference between content-driven and problem-based learning

Understanding the difference between content-driven and problem-based learning is crucial to effectively train police officers

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During the annual conference of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) in St. Louis, Policing Matters podcast co-host Doug Wyllie roamed the hallways and ran into countless law enforcement trainers and experts, some of whom were willing to sit down and talk about what they're teaching and what they're learning.

In this podcast segment, Doug sits down once again with Dan Green to continue the discussion about FTOs and the difference between content-driven and problem-based learning.


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