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Team-Based Learning in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Group Work That Works to Generate Critical Thinking and Engagement [Hardcover]

Michael Sweet , Larry K. Michaelsen

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Table of Contents

FOUNDATIONS
1. Critical Thinking and Engagement: Creating Cognitive Apprenticeships with Team-Based Learning

Michael Sweet - University of Texas, Austin
Larry K. Michaelsen - University of Central Missouri

2. Facilitating Application Activities
Jim Sibley - University of British Columbia
3. Peer Feedback Processes and Individual Accountability in Team-Based Learning
Derek R. Lane -University of Kentucky
VOICES OF EXPERIENCE
4. Application Exercises: Challenges and Strategies in the Psychology Classroom
Karla Kubitz - Towson University
Robin Lightner - University of Cincinnati

5. Connecting Students to the Social World: Using Team-Based Learning in the Sociology Classroom
Erica Hunter - University at Albany, State University of New York
Bryan K. Robinson - The Sage Colleges

6. Team-Based Learning in Economics: A Pareto Improvement
Molly Espey - Clemson University
7. Team-Based Learning in Social Science Research Methods Classes
Sarah J. Mahler - Florida International University
8.Team-Based Learning for Critical Reading and Thinking in Literature and "Great Books" Courses
Bill Roberson - University at Albany, State University of New York
Christine Reimers - University at Albany, State University of New York

9. Team-Based Learning in the First-Year English Classroom
Roxanne Harde - University of Alberta, Augustana
Sandy Bugeja - University of Alberta, Augustana

10. American History Learned, Argued, and Agreed Upon: Team-Based Learning in a Large Lecture Class
Penne Restad - University of Texas, Austin
11. Discerning the Elements of Culture: A Team-Based Learning Approach to Asian Religions and Cultures
Joël Dubois - California State University, Sacramento
12. Applying TBL with Mexican-American Students in the Social Science Classroom
Kristin L. Croyle - University of Texas, Pan American
Edna Alfaro - University of Texas, Pan American

13. Using Team-Based Learning to Meet the APA Recommendations for Undergraduate Psychology Education
Herb Coleman - Austin Community College
14. Putting Teams in "Interdisciplinary Technology an
d Society": TBL in Interdisciplinary Courses
Sunay Palsole - University of Texas, El Paso
15. Using Technology to Support Team-Based Learning
Karen Milligan - Carson Newman College
16. Perspectives on Using Team-Based Learning to Teach Introductory U.S. Government Courses
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti - University of Texas, Pan American
Adam J. McGlynn - East Stroudsburg University
Melissa R. Michelson - Menlo College

17. Theatre is a Collaborative Art: Using Team-Based Learning in Arts General Education
Ronnie Chamberlain - University of Central Missouri
18. I Don't Dare Teach with Inquiry Based Teaching Methods when I have State Testing Breathing Down my Neck!
Scott Kubista-Hovis

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