Dealing with dysfunctional tutorial groups

@inproceedings{Hitchcock1997DealingWD,
  title={Dealing with dysfunctional tutorial groups},
  author={Maurice A. Hitchcock and A S Anderson},
  year={1997}
}
Background: The popularization of problem‐based learning has introduced management of small groups as a critical skill for medical faculty. Some faculty have found themselves in dysfunctional groups without the skills necessary to correct the learning climate. Purpose: This study was conducted to generate strategies faculty can use to deal with difficult tutorial groups. Methods: Twenty‐three experienced tutors were arranged into 5 groups, then rotated through 5 training stations. Each station… CONTINUE READING

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