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Serial team teaching and the evolving scholarship of learning: Students’ perspective

Neumann, Melody, Bank, Charly, Browning, Scott, Clarke, Jim, Harlow, Jason, Harrison, David, Ing, Karen, Kushnir, Lena Paulo, Kutas, Cecilia, Pitre, John, Serbanescu, Ruxandra, Wall, Marty and Wilson, Ron (2008) Serial team teaching and the evolving scholarship of learning: Students’ perspective. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 1. pp. 28-34. ISSN 2368-4526

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Faculty and students at the University of Toronto were surveyed and interviewed to form a case study of serial team teaching, in which multiple instructors take turns teaching a segment of the same course in sequence. Student opinions ranged from slightly opposed to slightly in favour of team teaching overall. When asked about specific aspects of team teaching, students who liked it overall tended to like all aspects of it, and did not identify those disadvantages in student experience anticipated by the faculty. In general, students in upper years were less supportive of team teaching than were students in their first and second years.

Item Type: Article
Divisions: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2017 19:40
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2021 17:16
URI: http://openresearch.ocadu.ca/id/eprint/1527

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