Team-Based Learning Approach for the Delivery of Over-the-counter Module in the Faculty of Pharmacy in Jordan
KeywordTeam based learning, Active learning, Pharmacy, OTC, Flipped classroom, Medical education.
Team based learning
Over-the-counter (OTC) module
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AbstractTeam-based learning is an active learning strategy that focuses on student’s engagement, development of critical thinking, and transferable skills needed in the workplace. While many pharmacy faculties around the world have applied team-based learning into their curriculums, the implementation of team-based learning into the Middle East is still in the experimental phase and poses its own challenges. This reflective statement elaborates on our experience and feedback of implementing team-based learning for the first time at the pharmacy faculty of Zarqa University in Jordan through the delivery of over-the-counter module.
CitationBasheer HA, Isreb M, Batarseh YS and Tweddell S (2022) Team-Based Learning Approach for the Delivery of Over-the-counter Module in the Faculty of Pharmacy in Jordan. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 56(2): S146-S151.
Link to publisher’s versionhttps://doi.org/10.5530/ijper.56.2s.85
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