Research Article | Volume: 6, Issue: 3, March, 2016

Preparedness of the teachers for Team-Based Learning: Liking, disliking and suggestions of faculty

Abdus SalamSiti Mariam BujangMohammad Arif KamarudinMohamad Nurman YamanHarlina Halizah SirajNabishah Mohamad   

Open Access   

Published:  Mar 30, 2016

DOI: 10.7324/JAPS.2016.60313
Abstract

Faculty development is an integral part of institutional development. This paper describes liking, disliking and suggestions of faculty members on a 2-days Team-Based Learning faculty training workshop, where 39 faculty members were attended. Participants liked the lively and informal discussions through which they got a new technique to teach students more interactively. However, they disliked too short demonstration and short notification given them to read pre-assigned material and suggested more workshops with more practical demonstration before its implementation. Faculty developers should address the needs of the faculty while organizing developmental workshop aimed to link between theory and practice for a sustainable development.


Keyword:     Team based learningpreparedness workshopperspectives of Faculty.


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