Learning and teaching strategies
This presentation reports on a research project to implement a team-based learning strategy, within a flipped learning environment, in an undergraduate nursing degree programme in New Zealand. The project will provide evidence of the efficacy of team-based learning, 'TeamLEAD (Learn, Engage, Apply, Develop)' by exploring student perceptions of collaborative group learning activities in comparison with final course grades. Participants are year two, Bachelor of Nursing students from three separate campuses. Data was analysed using paired t-test comparing pre- and post-survey responses to group collaboration activities. This project hypothesises a positive relationship between student perception of experiences and their assessment results.