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date: 23 January 2021

Leadered and Leaderless Teams in the Classroomlocked

  • Rae AndréRae AndréProfessor of Management and Sustainability, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

Summary

There are trends in the use of teams in the classroom that stimulate both theory development and pedagogical innovation in this important area. In particular, three classroom applications are (1) building group process skills, (2) developing team leaders, and (3) using teams to learn course content. Of particular interest are new possibilities for utilizing leadered rather than leaderless groups, systematizing team coaching interventions, and enriching team-based learning. In this field of study, it is clear that pedagogical innovation and theoretical development interact to enhance student learning. Continued exploration in both aspects is encouraged.

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