Team learning

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Team learning has various meanings.

Team learning (organizational learning)[edit]

Team learning is the process of working collectively to achieve a common objective in a group. In the learning organization context, team members tend to share knowledge and complement each other's skills. If there is no commitment and effort from team members then working and learning from team work may fail. This is why teams should be given free will to act especially in the Learning Organization context. For more information on team learning in organizations see the integrative review recently published by Decuyper, Dochy and Van den Bossche .[1]

The Disciplines of Team Learning[edit]

  • Dialogue and Discussion
  • Conflicts and Defensive Routines
  • Practice

References[edit]

  1. ^ Decuyper, S., Dochy, F., & Van Den Bossche, P. (2010). Grasping the dynamic complexity of team learning: An integrative model for effective team learning in organizations. Educational Research Review, 5(2), 111-133. [1] doi:10.1016/j.edurev.2010.02.002.

Team learning (educational method)[edit]

See Team-based learning page for information on the educational strategy. Also: