Title: Anatomical Terminology to Analyze Movement
Authors: Tamara Bories and Miguel Narvaez
Affiliations: Western Illinois University
Resources available with this module: Readings, application exercise, RAT
Context: KIN 392 – Bio Mechanics
The lesson provides the students a video recorded mini-lecture, practice questions, additional website links and resources for further exploration of content that may be difficult to understand with first exposure.
The pre-reading consists of a portion of the textbook used for the course: Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise, (3rd edition, 2013), published by Human Kinetics Press (Champaign, IL). The assigned reading comes from the chapter entitled Angular Kinematics (pp. 178-189). The students are provided the learning objectives as a study guide to the TEDEd Lesson and pre-reading material.
By the end of the module, students will be able to:
- identify the positions of the joints when standing in anatomical position
- identify how directional terminology is used
- classify planes and the associated axes of motion
- utilize movement terminology for each of the major joints when describing movements
- apply anatomical terminology when analyzing movements
- analyze movement complexity; sequencing of and simultaneous movements
- evaluate movement complexity; sequencing of and simultaneous movements
For more information on this, and more, modules available in the Resource Bank, please visit the Resource Portal.
Do you want to implement high fidelity TBL™ in the online environment?
Are you looking for widely available and budget-friendly technology?
Do you want examples of step-by-step instructional planning for online modules?
The Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) is offering a unique opportunity to learn about moving your team-based learning practice online at their upcoming virtual workshop.
The Essentials of Moving to Online Team-Based Learning™
Session presented via Zoom.
Saturday, August 29, 2020
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Faculty Instructors: Michele Clark, Caroline Wilson, Beck McCarter, Annetta Dolowitz & Liz Winter
Click here for more information
This workshop is designed for existing TBL™ practitioners to support the implementation of high-fidelity TBL™ in the online environment. We will address elements of instructional workflow planning in an online module and implications of synchronous and asynchronous delivery. While Hybrid / HyFlex tools will not be specifically addressed, some parts of the workshop may be applicable for participants utilizing this delivery method. Suitability of a range of widely available, low cost/no-cost technology tools, compatible with multiple learning management systems will be appraised.
Please note that attendees need to have a working knowledge of TBL™; the workshop does not include an introduction to TBL™.
- Integrate the three components of the course orientation process that assure students’ understanding of the course processes, delivery, objectives and their responsibilities and expectations.
- Determine the time frame for preparation materials, RATs, and Application Exercises in your course.
- Identify where and how to implement iterative peer evaluation in online TBL™
- Identify the essential elements for facilitation in online TBL™
- Optimize the technology tools available to you that will best support your learners in successfully engaging in online TBL™
Title: GI Secretions and Their Clinical Relevance
Authors: Suzan Kamel- ElSayed, VMD, PhD; Richard Sabina, PhD; David M. Thomas, PhD; Gustavo Patino, MD, PhD and Sarah Lerchenfeldt, Pharm D
Affiliations: Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Resources available with this module: Application Exercise
Context: Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Organ System Course
This TBL module was developed for second-year medical students enrolled in a required Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Organ System Course. It was designed to cover foundational concepts for the physiology of gastrointestinal (GI) secretion and its regulation, as well as the pathophysiology, causes, and diagnoses of two important GI diseases (cystic fibrosis and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome). This TBL module was offered during the 4th week of a five-week course.
Required ReadingSession objectives and advanced the preparatory material (a 21 page reading assignment) were provided to students one week prior to the scheduled TBL module. External resources can be used during application exercise.
- Describe the paracrine, endocrine and neural regulation of gastrointestinal secretion.
- Demonstrate how paracrine, endocrine and neural factors can coordinate to regulate gastrointestinal secretory functions.
- Compare sympathetic and parasympathetic innervations and their effects on salivary gland secretion.
- Distinguish between the pathophysiologic mechanisms of two different clinical problems that are associated with secretory functions of the gastrointestinal system.
- Engage the material by critically evaluating its content and employing peer teaching during the session.
- Participate in the TBL in a professional and respectful manner.
For more information on this, and more, modules available in the Resource Bank, please visit the Resource Portal.
Do you know any TBLers who aren’t yet TBLC Members? Here are five reasons they should join TBLC!
- Access to the Resource Bank – The TBLC Resource Bank contains member-submitted, peer-reviewed modules to help support your teaching and instruction in a range of disciplines.
- Discounted registration for the Annual Meeting and Regional Workshops – Being a TBLC member saves you money when registering for the Annual Meeting or for any Regional Workshops whether virtual, hybrid or in person.
- Real-life tips, tricks and best practices for TBL online – TBLC members came together during the crisis of COVID-19 and created a collection of articles, blogs and tips to share the technology or resources they use to make sure the three phases of TBL are present in online modules. These curated collections are available now on the member’s only page here and here.
- Access to an extensive bibliography of TBL research – The TBLC maintains a bibliography of TBL research papers that only our members have access to.
- Updates with News, resources and information valuable to TBLers – Any time there is new information or news that might interest educators using Team-Based Learning, TBLC will let their members know!
Joining TBLC is easy! Visit the TBLC website today at www.teambasedlearning.org and click “Join Now!” under the “Be a Member” heading!
As you may know, the TBLC maintains a list of certified Trainer-Consultants on the TBLC website under the “Resources” tab. If you would like to have one of our Trainer-Consultants lead a workshop at your university and help spread TBL, let us know!
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Type of workshop requested
- Approximate number of participants
- Date you’d like the workshop to be held
Once we have this information, we will be able to help assist in finding the proper Trainer-Consultant to lead this workshop!
The Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) is offering a unique online opportunity to complete all five courses required for the Knowledge of the Fundamentals of TBL certification. Presented in conjunction with and through InteDashboard, the TBL Fundamentals Series begins Tuesday, July 21 at 7PM EDT and continues through August 4.
What are the workshops included in the series?
- Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL presented Tuesday, July 21 at 7 PM EDT.
- Creating an Effective TBL Module presented Thursday, July 23 at 7 PM EDT.
- Evaluating MCQs for Readiness Assurance Tests and Application Activities presented Tuesday, July 28 at 7 PM EDT.
- Improving Facilitation Skills for TBL Thursday, July 30 at 7 PM EDT.
- Peer Feedback and Evaluation presented Tuesday, August 4 at 7 PM EDT.
Learning objectives for each of the workshops can be found at the TBL Fundamental Series site here.
The five online courses offer the same quality content as the face-to-face workshop series, with the added bonus of learning from educators from around the globe. Taught in TBL style, these courses will show attendees effective TBL delivery in the online environment while they build upon their own professional development.
For more information, and to register, please click here.
Join a TBLC member panel for tips and solutions in virtual TBL teaching in the last session of “Experiences in Moving TBL Online.” The session will also have an opportunity to pose your questions to the panelists in a Q&A roundtable session.
Title: Experiences in Moving TBL Online
When: Tuesday May 19 at 10AM EDT
Speakers: Michele Clark (University of Nevada Las Vegas), Julie Estis (University of South Alabama) and Michelle Farland (University of Florida)
Discussion points will include:
- iRAT and tRAT implementation
- 4S application exercises
- Overall course design considerations (synchronous/asynchronous delivery, useful technologies, etc.)
To register for this webinar please follow this link.
ETBLC are offering European TBLC members the opportunity to apply for conference support up to a maximum of €150/£125 for presenters of TBL workshops and presentations at conferences and meetings. The aim of this is to help widen the awareness of TBL within the education and wider community.
Details required are:
1. The title of the conference/meeting
2. The title of the presentation and evidence of acceptance and
3. Evidence of anticipated expense.
In return for the support you will be expected to:
1. Distribute ETBLC leaflets at your presentation (which will be mailed to you).
2. Give a short email debrief of the activity including attendance numbers.
3. If using social media include the hashtag #TeamBasedLearning.
Payment will be made on receipt of the copy of appropriate receipts and the debrief. Payments will be made electronically so bank details will be required.
It is anticipated that there will be a response time of 1 month from receipt of the application which will be considered by a sub-committee of the ETBLC board. There will be a maximum of ten awards made in 2020 and only one award will be made per person per year (January-December).
Please email your application to Danielle Inscoe email@example.com
Are you going to be presenting a TBL workshop soon? Let us know!
If you’ll be leading a TBL workshop and you’d like some TBLC materials, please just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include:
• Where the workshop will be held
• How many attendees you expect
• When the workshop will be held
• Your shipping address
We’d be happy to provide you with some A-E cards, TBLC brochures, and TBLC meeting/regional workshop flyers!
Once the workshop is over, we ask that you forward us this sign in sheet that includes attendee’s names, institutions, and email addresses so that we may follow up with them.
To better support your membership needs, it may be helpful to know the members of the TBLC Admin Team and what they do for the Collaborative.
Julie K. Hewett, CMP, CAE
Julie has been supporting TBLC for over 9 years in many different ways. Currently, she is responsible for Board and Committee support and conference management. Julie will continue to oversee the rest of the management team to support the overall needs of the Collaborative.
Danielle Inscoe, QAS
Danielle manages all day-to-day operations of the Collaborative and serves as direct support for the many committees within the association, including the Steering Committee.
Cassie Chinn, MAJ, QAS
Cassie serves TBLC as the liaison of communications between and among the membership. She helps create messaging to get the word out about what goes on within the organization.
Amoritia Strogen-Hewett, QAS
Amoritia handles all conference and regional workshop logistics. She works closely with the annual program committee to structure, plan and execute each meeting, ensuring its success.
Elizabeth Davidson, MFA
Liz currently serves as the Resource Bank Editorial Assistant. She also handles all abstract management for the annual conference.Tabby Locascio
Tabby manages the member and non-member web pages, including edits to design and functionality. She also assists with conference-related administrative tasks. Claire Perkins
Claire’s role with TBLC will be as the first point of member contact whether by phone or email. She is available to answer questions regarding memberships and upcoming Collaborative activities.
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