An Examination Of The Impact Of Team Teaching On Student Learning Outcomes And Student Satisfaction In Undergraduate Business Capstone Courses

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Michael Colburn
Daniel Sullivan
Daniel E. Fox

Keywords

Team Teaching, Learning Outcomes

Abstract

This study examines the impact of team teaching on student learning outcomes and student satisfaction in the context of three undergraduate business capstone courses. Students in three undergraduate business capstone course sections were selected for the study. One section of the capstone course was taught using a team delivery model and the other two sections were taught by a single faculty member. The study found that students GPA had a significant correlation with their performance in the team taught course. The data suggests that students with a GPA of less than 3.28 in the team taught course, performed higher than would be expected. Moreover their individual performance scores appeared to be higher than the regression line would predict. Students in the team taught course also were satisfied with the team teaching method.

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