A trial of team-based versus small-group learning for second-year medical students: does the size of the small group make a difference?

@article{Willett2011ATO,
  title={A trial of team-based versus small-group learning for second-year medical students: does the size of the small group make a difference?},
  author={Laura Rees Willett and G Craig Rosevear and Sarang Kim},
  journal={Teaching and learning in medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={28-30}
}
BACKGROUND Team-based learning is a large-group instructional modality intended to provide active learning with modest faculty resources. PURPOSE The goal is to determine if team-based learning could be substituted for small-group learning in case sessions without compromising test performance or satisfaction. METHODS One hundred and sixty-seven students were assigned to team-based or small-group learning for 6 case discussion sessions. Examination scores and student satisfaction were… CONTINUE READING

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