Team-based Learning is a unique pedagogy designed to engage students in active learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Students receive immediate feedback in their learning through readiness assurance testing and application exercises. Students also learn and develop skills needed to work in teams and to teach each other as they work thorough team assignments. This guide provides details on accomplishing the four steps that must be done to design an effective team-based curriculum or topic and examples of how those steps have been used to create courses for health professional students.Über den Autor:
Dr. David Hawkins is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Pharmacy at the California Health Sciences University and President of the Higher Learning Company. He received his doctorate degree in pharmacy from the University of Michigan and clinical residency training at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor. Dr. Hawkins has served nearly 40 years as a professor in both pharmacy and medical schools in Texas, North Carolina, Georgia, and California. His research and scholarly activities have led to more than 100 publications in the pharmacy and medical literature and 200 scientific and professional presentations at national and international meetings. His professional expertise includes creating new academic programs, designing team-based learning curricula, and developing and assessing critical thinking skills and student learning outcomes.
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