With the 2019 TBLC Meeting just around the corner, we would like to bring attention to one of our featured workshops: Leading Change Initiatives. This session will be presented by Julie Estis and Ronald Styron from the University of South Alabama and Daniel Griffin from Nova Southeastern University. We hope you enjoy this session!
Title: Leading Change Initiatives with Panel Discussion
Presented by: Julie Estis – University of South Alabama
Daniel Griffin – Nova Southeastern University
Ronald Styron – University of South AlabamaDate: Friday, March 14, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
*Please note that this half-day session has an additional fee of $85.
By the end of this workshop, the participant will be able to:
- Identify a process for leading change.
- Select appropriate strategies to initiate and sustain change.
- Compare factors based upon role (i.e. faculty, departmental leadership, institution wide oversight) and apply appropriate strategies to enable action.
In the second half of the session our leadership panel will lead a discussion about leading change. Panelists will range from a diverse set of backgrounds to discuss leadership strategies that have helped them succeed in leading change initiatives.
If you’d like to register for this workshop but have already registered for the meeting, you may email the TBLC office at email@example.com for assistance. You can also change your registration online at www.tblcmeeting.org, selecting “Already Registered?” at the bottom of the page, and entering your email address and password. Didn’t set up a password when you registered? No problem! Simply select the link on that page that says, “Don’t know your password? Click here to reset it.”
Title: Lecture-Free Classroom Sessions
Authors: Peter Balan, OAM, PhD
Affiliations: University of South Australia, Australia
Resources available with this module: Module User Manual, Excel spreadsheet for compiling evaluations of this teaching method, Implementing Class Tests PowerPoint Slides, Implementing Class Tests Slides (PDF Version)
Context: Entrepreneurship, creativity and commercialisation, but it can be applied in any discipline
This manual describes the way
that you can conduct classroom sessions that follow the classroom iRAT and tRAT tests. In other words, this approach is used in the classroom time that is normally used for “mini-lectures” and application exercises. This approach replaces the “mini-lecture” in a way that is based on the TBL principles and allows the whole classroom period to be conducted in a way that is faithful to these principles.
For the educator, this method provides:
- A simple and flexible method for implementing a consistent TBL approach in the classroom in sessions for which students cannot reasonably pre-learn course content;
- A delivery method that to a large extent removes time constraints. It allows the educator to spend time on sessions that require more attention, while being able to condense sessions where it is clear that students have come to grips with the content and its application.
For the student, this method provides:
- A student-based learning approach that helps students to learn course content in a collaborative learning environment
- Team activities that support and reinforce the development of good teamwork practice
experience in speaking to a large group, where each student in a team contributes at the classroom level by reporting the deliberations of the team
For more information on this, and more, modules available in the Resource Bank, please visit theResource Portal.