Date(s) - Friday March 22
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Winton-Scott Hall, Room 115
Team-Based Learning™ (TBL) is an evidence-based collaborative learning and teaching strategy designed around units of instruction, known as “modules,” that are taught in a three-step cycle: advanced preparation, in-class readiness assurance testing, and application-focused exercises.
This workshop is for those who have completed TBL 101. In this workshop, you will expand upon the fundamentals, and practice applying them as you dive deeper into the design, development, and delivery of a TBL module. As with the introductory workshop, this workshop is conducted in a TBL format and includes an advanced preparation assignment.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Identify elements of quality learning objectives.
- Explain the importance of well-written multiple choice questions.
- Explain the use of the four S’s in the creation of application exercises.
- Utilize Backwards design to link application exercises, readiness assurance tests, and preparation assignments to learning objectives.
- Practice drafting your own TBL materials.