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Reflections on Teaching Qualitative Methods Using Team-Based Learning: An Exemplification by Photovoice
This research article as a part of larger study intends to explore the role of teaching qualitative methods is not easy and often represents a great challenge. In this work, we describe our experience of teaching a qualitative methods course for undergraduate psychology students. In this course, we used a Team-Based Learning (TBL) approach in which we had students cluster into small groups to enhance their education by having them become more active in their learning. To teach qualitative methods, we used TBL and in this paper, we present the exemplification of this method by choosing Photovoice. The Team-Based methods may be thought of as a new approach for teaching qualitative methods at the university because it allows the students to reach relevant life skills, like reflexivity, sensitivity, and critical thinking that are relevant not only for qualitative researchers but also for the psychologists and the social service professionals.
Teaching Qualitative Methods, Team Based Learning, Photovoice, Psychology Students
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Rania, N., Migliorini, L., & Rebora, S. (2017). Reflections on Teaching Qualitative Methods Using Team-Based Learning: An Exemplification by Photovoice. The Qualitative Report, 22(7), 2006-2016. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2017.2377
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