A Critical Examination of Team-Teaching of Health Care Administration Courses
There are several teaching techniques adopted by faculty in order to provide information to students in the most effective manner. One of the relatively new teaching techniques is known as team-teaching. It has been observed that over the recent years this form of teaching has been gaining increasing interest and popularity among academicians. Nevertheless, there seems to be a great deal of confusion associated with team-teaching format. This paper attempts to clarify the various definitions and concerns that are associated with this form of teaching. The pros and cons of this form of teaching are discussed in detail.
Counseling, Leadership, and Special Education
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Chandra, Ashish, and James M. Sottile. "A critical examination of team-teaching of health care administration courses: student, faculty, and administration perspective." Journal of hospital marketing & public relations 15, no. 2 (2005): 55-68.
Journal of hospital marketing & public relations