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Team-based learning
Piryani Rano Mal, Piryani Suneel
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Volume 11 - Issue 3     May - June 2019
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Team-Based Learning (TBL) is collaborative learning approach. The objective of this review is to share application of TBL in medical education. It is an expert lead strategy of active learning in small-groups where every student/learner is responsible for own and group’s learning. Literature review shows four principles of TBL i.e. conceptual framework of seven core design elements for TBL implementation, and three stages for TBL implementation. There is variation and modification in implementation. Despite challenges, TBL approach is poised for success aligning individual and team performance metrics.Its application in health professions education has a positive impact on students’ learning as it improves student performance, enhances students’ engagement and boosts their satisfaction.Articles titled team-based learning searched on Google in October, 2019 reviewed and information organized.
Keywords: Medical Education, Student learning, Collaborative learning, Instructor lead learning, Small group learning, Student centered learning, Team-based learning

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Mal PR, Suneel P. Team-Based Learning (TBL).Isra Med J. 2019; 11(3): 194-198.

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