How to Do Team Based Learning (TBL) in the Online or Hybrid Classroom

Dr. Meghan Gillette, Associate Professor of Teaching (HDFS) and CELT Faculty Affiliate, will provide a virtual TBL Workshop Series focusing on how to do TBL in the online or hybrid classroom on Fridays, starting April 21 and running through May 12.  This workshop series is for instructors (and those who support them) who already utilize Team Based Learning in their face-to-face classes and are interested in guidance for how to move the face-to-face TBL classroom online or in a hybrid format.

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • make conceptual decisions about how the course will be delivered, the flow of activities, etc.
  • make critical decisions about their course (i.e. how to provide feedback, how to deliver mini-lectures, attendance policies, etc.)
  • set up an iRAT, tRAT, and application exercise in Canvas
  • learn best practices to avoid novice mistakes and stay in compliance with online teaching guidelines
  • feel empowered to use technology (including Canvas and other tools within it) to support their pedagogy

*** Participants Are Strongly Encouraged To Attend All Four Workshop Sessions ***

Seminar: Team-Based Learning (TBL) Teaching and Learning Community

Join us for TBL conversation and comradery! For our first meeting this spring we will check in and share where we are in our TBL journey. We will also have some time focused specifically on best practices for peer assessment. Peer assessment is an essential component in TBL that is often discussed in terms of accountability, but it is also an important tool for team building and creating a sense of belonging. Facilitators: Jane Rongerude, Michael Dorneich, Amber Bellville, and Meghan Gillette.

Cookies and coffee will be provided.