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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Aleksandravičiūtė, Birutė;Liekis, Kęstutis
Title: Komandinio mokymo(si) strategijos adaptavimo galimybės Lietuvos universitetinėse bakalauro studijose
Other Title: A team-based strategy in bachelor’s studies of Lithuanian university: exploring the possibilities of adaptation
Is part of: Pedagogika, 2020, t. 137, nr. 1, p. 25-45
Date: 2020
Keywords: Komandinis mokymas(is);Komandinio mokymo(si) strategija;Aukštasis mokslas;Organizacinė elgsena;Team-based learning;Team-based learning strategy;Tertiary education;Higher education;Organizational behavior
Abstract: Straipsnyje aptariama komandinio mokymo(si) strategijos taikymo galimybės Lietuvos universitetinėse bakalauro studijose. Ši strategija pasirinkta dėl jos populiarumą lėmusio teigiamo poveikio studentų pasiekimams, didesnės studentų motyvacijos, gilesnio įsitraukimo į studijų procesą, o svarbiausia, kad jos taikymas suteikia galimybę studentams įgyti kompetencijų, būtinų šiuolaikinėje darbo rinkoje. Žvalgomojo eksperimento metu išskirti pagrindiniai elementai, lemiantys sėkmingą šios strategijos adaptaciją.
A team-based learning strategy is widely applied in the world’s higher education institutions in the most diverse fields of studies. Its popularity is due to its positive impact on student’s achievement. Team-based learning increases student’s motivation and involvement into the study process, and its implementation enables students to acquire the competencies, necessary in the modern labor market. The research object: a team-based learning strategy. The problem – related question: what are the opportunities to adapt team-based learning strategies into university studies? The aim: to explore the possibilities of a team-based learning strategy in bachelor studies. The research found, that in order to successfully adapt this strategy, it should be taken into consideration that a significant part of students is working students, and classes are missed. In cases where attendance is not compulsory, larger teams should be formed. It has been found that it is difficult for students to apply theoretical knowledge by solving real practical situations, so the teachers must be prepared various of practical examples, in order to successfully adapt the team-based learning strategy, it is expedient to use already available, high-quality studies materials and properly adjust schedules.
Appears in Collections:Pedagogika / Pedagogy 2020 t. 137, nr. 1

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