Why team-based learning is so effective

Learn about the science behind team-based learning and how some Professors use Kritik to enhance team-based assessments.

Science behind team-based learning
Working in teams allows students to be exposed to new ideas & solutions on how to solve problems while changes previously-held understandings.
Create more dynamic assessments
Move beyond the essay or presentation and allow students to create differentiated forms of content that can showcase their learnings.
Engaging assessments for STEM Courses
Professor Peter Teertsrta uses Kritik to increase student engagement for his Thermodynamics & Mechanical Design course.

How to Apply Team-Based Learning in your Classroom

See how Kritik can help shift your assessment of students from individual assignments into team-based assessment

Builds team-work skills
Builds team-work skills
Students learn how to collaborate with fellow students & debate topics and ideas to come up with collective solutions to the problems posed in their assignments
Appreciate different viewpoints
Appreciate different viewpoints
When solving complex problems, students are exposed to different arguments & viewpoints held by other teammates on how to solve issues, thus exposing students to new ways of thinking.
Synthesizing information
Synthesizing information
Students are forced to challenge their own learnings if new answers by group-members are presented. Students learn how to analyze new ideas critically & the best solutions are chosen, independent of personal bias.