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Duke-NUS Case Study: Implementing Team-Based Learning for Medical Students

Medical schools around the globe are responding to these near and long-term challenges in health care by re-designing the way they teach, engage, and train physicians.

The Duke-National University of Singapore (NUS) Graduate Medical School has implemented a medical education strategy that is based upon the active, collaborative education concepts of Cooperative Learning as its primary pedagogic delivery method for basic science education. This case study details Duke-NUS’s learning strategy, called TeamLEAD (Learn, Engage, Apply, Develop) which pairs TBL with the latest technology to make Duke-NUS students efficient learners and Duke-NUS faculty efficient teachers. Read the full case study here.

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