Use Kritik to build team-work skills. Students learn how to collaborate with their peers and debate topics to come up with collective solutions.
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.
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.
Team-based learning sets students up for success
Allow your students to build the skill set they need to become successful outside of the classroom
Science Behind Team-Based Learning
Working in teams exposes students to new ideas & solutions to problems while challenging previously-held understandings.
The peer evaluation of students serves as a critical feedback source for student learning in TBL. In a TBL course, the evaluation reflects the assessment of each member’s contribution to team learning. It keeps the students accountable to their teammates.