Learner Perception, Expected Competence, and Satisfaction of Team-Based Learning in Korean Nursing Students.

@article{Roh2015LearnerPE,
  title={Learner Perception, Expected Competence, and Satisfaction of Team-Based Learning in Korean Nursing Students.},
  author={Young Sook Roh and Suk Jeong Lee and Dongwon Choi},
  journal={Nursing education perspectives},
  year={2015},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={118-120}
}
: The purpose of this study was to describe learner perception, expected competence, and factors influencing satisfaction with team-based learning in a nursing course. Four-hour TBL sessions were given in a structured three-phase sequence for a cohort of 139 second-year nursing students. TBL was found to be an effective instructional strategy inducing team learning and self-directed learning. Nursing educators should improve TBL quality by focusing on the student team learning process.