The article discusses a study on the concept of professional learning communities (PLC) which help teachers guide their own professional growth by collaboratively resolving their own dilemmas in their classrooms and improving their instructional practice through site-based inquiry.
TBL is a uniquely powerful form of small group learning. It harnesses the power of teams and social learning with accountability structures and instructional sequences. This book provides the guidance, from first principles to examples of practice, together with concrete advice, suggestions, and tips to help you succeed in the TBL classroom.
Team-Based Learning (TBL) is a unique, powerful, and proven form of small-group learning that is being increasingly adopted in higher education. Teachers who use TBL report high levels of engagement, critical thinking, and retention among their students.
The primary purpose of this book is to enable higher education students to participate in virtual teams with students from other institutions, who potentially operate in different countries, time zones, and/or cultures. The book guides students through the process of working in virtual team projects for their classes, and helps them to engage with the learning experiences, and to respond to potential challenges.
The ability to collaborate is becoming more and more important in today's world in which tasks are getting more and more interdisciplinary and complicated to accomplish. It is, therefore, essential to prepare students on collaborative tasks while they are in school so that they can become competent team workers when they enter the workforce.