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TBL Fundamentals Series - Jan 2022

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The Team-Based Learning Fundamentals Series is a comprehensive introduction to team-based learning (TBL). Get certified from TBLC.

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The Team-Based Learning Fundamentals Series is a comprehensive introduction to team-based learning (TBL). The program is meant for educators who are either new to TBL or who want to focus on fundamental TBL techniques and apply to their own teaching and curriculum. Upon successful completion of this five workshop series, participants will receive the Knowledge of the Fundamentals of TBL Certificate from the Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC).

What is TBL?

Team-Based Learning is an evidence based collaborative learning teaching strategy designed around units of instruction that are taught in a three-step cycle: preparation, in-class readiness assurance testing, and application-focused exercise. More details about what is TBL can be found here.

What are the workshops included in the series?

1. Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL

2. Creating an Effective TBL Module

3. Evaluating MCQs for Readiness Assurance Tests and Application Activities

4. Improving Facilitation Skills for TBL

5. Peer Evaluation and Team Development

Workshop Format

All the five workshops will be delivered using TBL format, in an online synchronous modality using InteDashboard and Zoom video conferencing tool. All workshops will be three hours in duration. Participants will receive short readings and assignments to complete before each workshop.

Audience

This series is designed for TBL educators that are exploring TBL for the first time or seeking professional development in the fundamental areas of TBL implementation. Experienced TBL educators may benefit from learning TBL in an online modality with participants from around the world.

Facilitators

Workshops will be facilitated by members of the TBLC with TBLC Trainer-Consultant level of certification.

Schedule:

1. Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL: Jan 13, Thursday

2. Creating an Effective TBL Module: Jan 18, Tuesday

3. Evaluating MCQs for RATs and Application Activities: Jan 20, Thursday

4. Improving Facilitation Skills for TBL: Jan 25, Tuesday

5. Peer Evaluation and Team Development: Jan 27, Thursday

Time:

US (Central) : 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

US (East Coast): 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Sydney : 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Singapore : 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.

Learning Objectives

Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL

1. Describe the essential elements of TBL

2. Explain clearly and concisely how and why TBL works

3. Evaluate the benefits of using TBL

Creating an Effective TBL Module

1. Apply backward design methodology to plan a TBL module

2. Construct application exercises that adhere to the 4S framework

3. Design readiness materials that motivate self-directed learning

4. Convert non-TBL course material into TBL format

5. Identify common errors and barriers during TBL module development

Evaluating Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Readiness Assurance Tests (RATs) and Application Activities

1. Compare and contrast MCQs for RATs, exams and applications

2. Link MCQs to session learning outcomes

3. Identify common errors and barriers to writing effective MCQ questions

Improving Facilitation Skills for TBL

1. Justify the importance of learner motivation, participation and a positive learning environment

2. Compare and contrast facilitation roles and methods

3. Analyze the key characteristics of effective facilitators

4. Identify common errors and barriers to successful TBL facilitation

Peer Evaluation and Team Development

1. Identify characteristics of high and low performing teams

2. Compare and contrast systems and strategies for facilitating team growth

3. Apply strategies to empower teams to self-manage performance through peer feedback and evaluation

4. Identify common errors and barriers to successful teamwork and peer evaluation


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About the Team-Based Learning Collaborative

Overview: The Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) is a non-profit, volunteer supported organization which encourages the use of Team-Based Learning (TBL).  TBL is a process that dramatically shifts the focus of classroom time from conveying course concepts by the instructor to application of course concepts by student teams. The components of TBL are adaptable to many situations and special resources, making it a practical solution to teaching outside the box.

Vision: The Team-Based Learning Collaborative is a leading catalyst for transforming and supporting education through Team-Based Learning at all levels and in all fields.

Mission: The mission of the Team-Based Learning Collaborative is to promote the understanding and evolution of Team-Based Learning across the educational community.

About InteDashboard

Overview: InteDashboard, developed by CognaLearn Pte Ltd in collaboration with Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School, is the world’s #1 dedicated software platform created exclusively to empower team-based learning (TBL) in both face-to-face and online settings, synchronously and asynchronously.

Over 100 institutions have used InteDashboard to save administrative time and improve outcomes with real-time data in physical and online TBL classrooms, including Columbia, Duke-NUS and Yale-NUS. 96% of faculty would recommend InteDashboard’s IRAT, TRAT, clarification, application, electronic gallery walk and peer evaluation features.

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