Would you like to have a TBL Trainer-Consultant Conduct a Workshop?
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This module will cover various readings and videos related to Strategic Planning and Strategic Management. You will explore in detail how leadership and strategic management and planning will make or break any business. We will explore how critical strategic planning and management are to nonprofits. You will see that there are challenges to creating a plan, especially depending on the size and the age of the nonprofit. You and your team will be creating a SWOT analysis for the Class NPO as well as for your Service Learning partners. Be sure to look for tips and best practices other NPOs offer. Clear understanding of conducting a strategic analysis will improve the quality of your midterm project proposals as well as your third reflection paper and final presentation centered around your Service Learning project.Required Reading
The deadline for workshop abstract submission for the 2020 TBLC meeting in Portland, Oregon is Monday, July 15, 2019.
*UPDATED FOR 2020* Please note that workshops do not need to be presented in TBL format.
Proposals are to be submitted in the format requested through the online abstract submission site. Workshops are currently being accepted in three tracks: Fundamentals, Innovations and Applications, and Scholarship and Research.
Poster and Oral abstract submission will open in August. New for 2020, authors will have two tracks for Oral presentations: Research and Focus Session. More information regarding those abstracts, including submission instructions, will be shared next month. If you have any questions or problems with your workshop submission, please send them to at email@example.com.
It is our pleasure to announce that we have two newly elected members of our Steering Committee. Thanks to all who participated in our recent election process. These new Steering Committee members will initiate their terms immediately.
University of South Alabama
Member-at-Large Health Sciences
Oakland University William Beaumont SOM
Moving off of the Steering Committee is Karla Kubitz, Past President. That position will now be held for a two-year term by Michael Nelson as Michelle Farland steps into the role of TBLC President. Please join us in congratulating our new and renewed Steering Committee members as they work toward our continuing efforts to make TBLC a leader in promoting the understanding and evolution of TBL across the educational community.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer for a TBLC committee position.
The Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) is offering two unique opportunities to learn about team-based learning at their regional workshops in Phoenix, Arizona and Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
TBL Regional Workshop – Phoenix, AZ
Saturday, September 14, 2019
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Airport
Faculty Instructors: Judi Bradetich and Chris Burns
TBLC Regional Workshop – Mechanicsburg, PA
Saturday, September 21, 2019
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center
Faculty Instructors: Liz Winter and Sarah Leupen
Each of these all-day sessions will offer 2 workshops:
Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL
This workshop will be an introduction to Team-Based Learning™ (TBL) conducted in the TBL format. Participants will be given a preparatory assignment, divided into teams, given individual and team readiness assurance tests with immediate feedback, and achieve consensus with their team on a set of increasingly challenging application-based questions.
The goal of this workshop is for participants to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the fundamental components, the sequence of events, and the benefits of TBL. Learning Objectives:
Creating an Effective TBL Module
This workshop is for educators who have completed the introductory workshop on Team-Based Learning™ – TBL 101. The entire workshop is conducted in a TBL format and there is an advance assignment.
Participants will practice and develop skills for creating effective Team-Based Learning modules by participating in the following activities:
The TBLC is seeking a new Executive Editor of Publications. The primary role of the Executive Editor of Publications is to serve as Chair of the Editorial Board and provide oversight to the TBL module resource bank that is available to all members. The TBLC is also excited about a new opportunity to partner with an external company to build TBL modules for their customers to use in their classrooms. The Executive Editor of Publications will work collaboratively with the TBLC President related to this project serving a 3-year term.
To apply, please submit a letter of intent (no longer than 2 pages) and a curriculum vitae via email to email@example.com.
Application deadline: August 9, 2019
To help TBLC members participate in opportunities that provide educational scholarship, the TBLC will provide funding to initiate new educational research or evaluation proposals in 2020-2021. Project budgets of $2,000-$5,000 may be requested, with single institution projects to be awarded at the low end, and collaborative multi-institution projects at the high end.
Deadline for submission – July 31, 2019
The TBLC is piloting a partnership with EHR Go™ to create TBL modules that accompany patient cases in their educational electronic health record. The TBLC is seeking people in the health sciences with expertise in the areas listed below to serve as either an author or reviewer of the modules.
Areas of Expertise:
A brief description of the patient case that was selected for this pilot is below:
Harold Jenkins (scene 2) is a 74-year-old who has recently had a total hip replacement for osteoarthritis. After a short hospital stay he was transferred for inpatient rehabilitation at Valley View Therapy Center. While at the Therapy Center, he developed signs of depression and an SSRI was started. He is now receiving outpatient rehabilitation services via home health in his assisted living apartment. Harold has early stage dementia and needs home health care with nursing, physical, and occupational therapies.
Authors and Reviewers will receive nominal compensation for their work related to this project.
For questions regarding the role of the authors or reviewers, please contact Michelle Farland (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To volunteer to serve as an author or reviewer, please send the information below to: Danielle Inscoe (email@example.com)
We look forward to your submissions.
Do you have a favorite module you use in your classes that you’d love to share with others in your field? Be sure to submit your completed module to the TBLC Resource Bank!
If you’d like to submit your module, click here to download the submission form. The submission form includes all information necessary for teaching your module as well as instructions on submitting it. Once received, your module will be peer-reviewed by members of the TBLC Editorial Board.
We would especially like to receive modules from any non-health sciences subject, but all subjects are welcome!
We look forward to receiving your module!