Teamwork culture in improving the quality of learning basic statistics course

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Work culture is a way of working based on a value system that is upheld and accepted by every individual in a group or organization. In this study, a group is defined as a group of students who were given a responsibility to execute an assignment in one of the basic statistics courses, Statictics II, which is a compulsory subject at School of Mathematical Sciences, FST. The objective of this study are to investigate the tamwork effectiveness in improving the quality of teaching and learning Statistics II course and to investigate the students opinion on teamwork approach. Questionnaire is used as the data collection instrument in this study and students' perception towards teamwork culture are measured by requiring them to involve in a group project and work as a team. Students' opinion on the advantages of teamwork activities in improving their learning are also solicited. Lastly, a comparative analysis is carried out on the students' performance in Statistics II course. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Ali, Z. M., Shahabuddin, F. A., Abidin, N. Z., Suradi, N. R. M., & Mustafa, Z. (2011). Teamwork culture in improving the quality of learning basic statistics course. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 18, pp. 326–334).

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