Examining Shared Leadership and Decision Making as Processes that Underpin TBL’s Relationship with Academic PerformanceCollege of Nursing and Health Faculty Publications
AbstractEducators have found that replacing lectures with team-based learning (TBL) relates to improved academic performance. However, much remains unknown about how and why TBL works. Currently, we are examining the relationship between leadership in TBL and decision-making quality, positing that shared-leadership and decision-making quality are processes through which TBL enhances academic performance.
Citation InformationElizabeth J. Peyton, Debra Steele-Johnson, Tracy L. Brewer, Deborah Lee Ulrich, et al.. "Examining Shared Leadership and Decision Making as Processes that Underpin TBL’s Relationship with Academic Performance" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tracy_brewer/15/