Team-based learning : a transformative use of small groups in college teaching
Team-based learning : a transformative use of small groups in college teaching / edited by Larry K. Michaelsen, Arletta Bauman Knight, L. Dee Fink.
1st pbk. ed.
Sterling, VA : Stylus Pub., 2004.
xi, 286 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
<Table of contents> http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0410/2003022915.html
- Other contributors
Michaelsen, Larry K., 1943-
Knight, Arletta Bauman.
Fink, L. Dee, 1940-
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Beyond small groups - harnessing the extraordinary power of learning teams
- Getting started with team-based learning
- Creating effective assignments - a key component of team-based learning
- Group process research - implications for learning groups
- An alternative to lecturing in the sciences
- Using case studies in science - and still "covering the content"
- Working with nontraditional and underprepared students in health education
- A dramatic turnaround in a classroom of deaf students
- Overcoming initial mistakes when using small groups
- Creating group assignments that teach multiple concepts in interdisciplinary course content
- Team-based learning in large classes
- Using team-based learning in a very traditional cultural, and institutional context
- Team-based learning in international situations
- Team-based learning in a course combining in-class and online interaction
- Team-based learning - a strategy for transforming the quality of teaching and learning
- Appendices: A, Frequently asked questions about team-based learning. B, Calculating peer evaluation scores. C, Setting grade weights - a team-building exercise. D, Miscellaneous materials related to team-based learning. E, Speeding up team development with immediate feedback.
- Subject headings
Group work in education.
Team learning approach in education.
157922086X (pbk. : alk. paper)