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Supporting Marginalized Students In Team-Based Learning: What Can We Learn From Organizational Practice?

Abstract: Research suggests that students with historically marginalized identities may face unique challenges when participating in and navigating the social dynamics of team-based learning. While team-based learning is a great pedagogical tool for instructors, we should also give consideration to these specific needs of marginalized students in the design of our team-learning activities and team readiness support. In this roundtable session, we seek to explore these issues as well as potential solutions, specifically looking to organizational practice for guidance.

Keywords: team-based learning, diversity, equity

Topic: DEI   |   Format: Roundtable Discussion

Kevin Rose, IUPUI (
United States

Michael Kirchner, Purdue University-Fort Wayne (
United States

Kimberly O'Connor, Purdue University-Fort Wayne (
United States


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