Episode 102: How to Make Team Teaching Work with Dr. Katharine Dill
In episode 102 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, Dr. Katharine Dill shares recommendations and advice for making team teaching work. Team teaching can be a great way to leverage the collective intelligence and expertise of a group of colleagues.
But, it's also important to understand what's involved in making these collaborative approaches work well so you can create a successful learning experience for students.
In this episode, we discuss these questions and more:
1. What is team teaching?
2. What are some of the challenges and advantages of a team teaching approach?
3. How can you leverage the expertise and strengths of each team member to create more effective and engaging learning experiences for students?
4. How can team leaders manage the dynamics of the team, develop roles, and communicate expectations?
5. How does assessment and grading work in team teaching environments?
- Email Katharine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more: Dill, K., Shera, W., & Webber, J. (2017). Many hands make light work: team teaching in social work education. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 22(22), 207–216.
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