Lauren Ferry, Phillip J. Wong, and Kathryn Hogan 
Psychology

Group work is frequently incorporated into courses; however, student perceptions regarding group work might differ based on the structure of the course. This study used pre- and post-semester surveys to examine perceptions of group work in a team-based learning (TBL) course. While the small sample size leaves room to examine individuals’ different experiences more closely, students' rsponses to closed- and open-ended questions suggest that the TBL structure ensures individual accountability and provides a space for students to practice transferable skills.

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