IMPROVING STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN CASE OF TEAM-BASED LEARNING METHOD
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motivation, students, team-based learning

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Khaitovych, M., Potaskalova, V., Savelieva-Kulyk , N., Temirova, O., & Sytnyk, I. (2019). IMPROVING STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN CASE OF TEAM-BASED LEARNING METHOD. Medical Science of Ukraine (MSU), 15(1-2), 74-79. https://doi.org/10.32345/2664-4738.1-2.2019.11

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Relevance. The learning motivation of student is the main goal of the teacher. Perspective is introducing of active forms of teaching.

Objective of the research was to specify the influence of method of team-based learning (TBL) on students’ motivation.

Materials and methods. The assessment of the method of TBL was provided among the students of 4th and 5th educational year of pharmaceutical faculty, students of 5th educational year of medical and stomatological faculties. For the purpose to specify the relation of students to TBL method, obtained by means of their anonymous questionnaire survey.

Results. Generally 68 (81,9 %) of all students (92,3 % students of medical faculty, 66,7 % students of stomatological faculty, 82,8 % students of pharmaceutical faculty) were defined that this method improve learning motivation, 9 students (10,8 %) disagree with this approach (7,7 % students of medical, 8,3 % of dentist and 10,3 % of pharmaceutical faculties), the other 6 students (7,2 %) undecided about the method. Moreover, 62,6 % of students defined TBL as better learning strategy, 54,2 % ‑ more effective in realization of educational goals, 74,70 % and 55,42 % of students pointed out that this method make it possible for better use of study time  and discuss more of educational material respectively, 68,67 % and  85,54 % ‑ stimulate the independent study and attention, 65,1 % of respondents consider this method have to use for introducing on practical classes.

Conclusion. The method of team-based learning have increased learning motivation due to assessment of 81,9 % students.

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