CONFIRMATORY ANALYSIS OF THE POSITIVE EFFECT OF DIALOGUE IN THE CONTEXT OF TEAM-BASED LEARNING

Angelo Basta, Delio De Martino, Andrea Tinterri

Abstract


Team-based learning (TBL) is a methodology focused on collaborative learning and self-assessment among students. Keys are collaborativeness and dialogos (“talk between”). This study presents the data analysis of an experimentation of a technologically enhanced implementation of TBL which took place in a Docimology course at the University of Foggia (2023-4). The aim is to assess the impact of I-RAT, T-RAT and of collaborative dynamics on student learning achievements. First results confirm better results in team compared to individual performance, highlighting the effectiveness of the methodology and encouraging further studies on TBL.


Keywords


Team-Based Learning, I-RAT, T-RAT, formative assessment

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v8i3.1191

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