Rayola Chelladurai, Assistant Professor, Allied Health Sciences
Denise Cummings Clay, Assistant Professor, Education
Linda Miles, Assistant Professor, Library
Lisa Tappeiner, Assistant Professor, Library
Joseph Caravalho, Assistant Professor, Humanities
Ronette Shaw, Assistant Professor, Allied Health Sciences

Team-Based Learning is a coordinated attempt to create teams of four to seven students to work together outside the classroom. The purpose of Team-Based Learning is to have students work together to enhance their experience in the classroom by learning to work with each other. We share our experience on the following topic Team Teaching. Team Teaching is when two or more teachers work together to teach the material to the same students. We briefly describe the various ways one could implement Team Teaching. Each of us will share our experiences to answer some questions that you might have.

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