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Contents Preface Part I: The Key Ideas of Team-Based Learning 1, Beyond Small Groups - Harnessing the Extraordinary Power of Learning Teams 2, Getting Started with Team-Based Learning 3, Creating Effective Assignments - A Key Component of Team-Based Learning 4, Group Process Research - Implications for Learning Groups Part II: The Voices of Experience 5, An Alternative to Lecturing in the Sciences 6, Using Case Studies in Science - and Still "Covering the Content" 7, Working with Nontraditional and Underprepared Students in Health Education 8, A Dramatic Turnaround in a Classroom of Deaf Students 9, Overcoming Initial Mistakes When Using Small Groups 10, Creating Group Assignments that Teach Multiple Concepts in Interdisciplinary Course Content 11, Team-Based Learning in Large Classes 12, Using Team-Based Learning in a Very Traditional Cultural, and Institutional Context 13, Team-Based Learning in International Situations 14, Team-Based Learning in a Course Combining In-Class and Online Interaction Part III: Major Lessons about Team-Based Learning 15, 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 Bibliography Index About the Editors and Contributors.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Group work in education, Team learning approach in education, College teaching