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Dyad pedagogy is a goal-directed teaching method. Students are randomly assigned into dyads and work together on inquiry-type problems. The educational method was developed by Dr. Lloyd Sherman, a professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City during the 1990s.
- Sherman LR and Márquez S (2006) Dyad pedagogy: A new way of learning anatomy. American Association of Anatomists, Comparative Cell Biology Symposium, The FASEB Journal, A419.