Tag Archives: OralPresentations

#TBLC20 Oral Presentations – Research & Scholarship Track

In an effort to still share with you the fruits of thousands of hours of research, writing and dedicated work, the TBLC Program Committee is happy to present the recordings of the slate of 2020 Oral Presentations. To view the presentations, visit https://teambasedlearning.site-ym.com/page/2020_orals. Abstracts are listed in one of three categories – Fundamentals, Innovation and Research & Scholarship.

Each category showcases work from educators around the globe implementing TBL in their own classrooms, both in-person and virtual. Presentations from the Research & Scholarship track include conclusions for those interested in presenting findings from educational research or research studies about TBL. Research submissions may be from descriptive, semi-quantitative (e.g., survey results), or quantitative (e.g., experimental) research. An example might be a poster entitled “Getting a research program started in your TBL course” or an oral presentation on “Evidence of standardized test performance gains in Pharmacy students following implementation of a TBL curriculum.”

The RAPsody of Virtual Reality Team-Based Learning
Jody K. Takemoto | Rachel A. Bratteli | Brittany L. Parmentier | Thayer Merritt | Leanne Coyne
California Heath Sciences University | The University of Texas at Tyler, Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy | The University of Texas at Tyler, Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy | The University of Texas at Tyler, Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy | California Health Sciences University
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Faculty Approaches and Attitudes towards TBL Pre-Class Learning Materials
Allen Keshishian Namagerdi
California Health Sciences University, College of Pharmacy
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

The Effects of Team-Based Learning (TBL) on Leadership Development: Initial Perspectives from Pharmacy Preceptors and Student Pharmacists
Marta Brooks| Robert Haight
Regis University
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

We would like to thank all the authors who were able and willing to record their oral presentations to share with the wider audience of TBL educators. We hope you find their presentations insightful and useful to your practice.

#TBLC20 Oral Presentations – Innovations Track

In an effort to still share with you the fruits of thousands of hours of research, writing and dedicated work, the TBLC Program Committee is happy to present the recordings of the slate of 2020 Oral Presentations. To view the presentations, visit https://teambasedlearning.site-ym.com/page/2020_orals. Abstracts are listed in one of three categories – Fundamentals, Innovation and Research & Scholarship.

Each category showcases work from educators around the globe implementing TBL in their own classrooms, both in-person and virtual. Presentations from the Innovations track include conclusions for those who are experienced with TBL to provide information about experiences with particular types of courses or learners or new or innovative techniques. An example might include a poster titled “A TBL Science Course for 9th Graders” or an oral presentation on “How to Start a Web-Based TBL Course”.

“Surviving” TBL team development: an Evidence-Based Practice course with a novel, Survivor-themed, team building scavenger hunt
Diana Langworthy | Tiana Luczak | Sarah Brown
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy | University of Minnesota Health Sciences Library
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

An Innovative Approach to Accommodate Different Learning Needs in Medical Histology course
Lu Xu | Andrew Wang | Danielle Krakosky | Angela Sultan
Tulane Medical School
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Challenges to develop TBL modules that integrates 5 basic disciplines in the first year of a Medical School
Fernanda Teresa de Lima | Thomaz Augusto Alves da Rocha e Silva | Welbert Oliveira Pereira
Faculdade Israelita de Ciências da Saúde Albert Einstein
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Implementing a Team-of-the-Month Award to Recognize and Incentivize Effective Teamwork
Suzanne Clark | Tarnjit Kaur
California Northstate University College of Pharmacy
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Implementation of Spark, an open-source solution for the team-quiz
Reid Proctor | Renee Hayslett
Mercer University College of Pharmacy | Mercer University College of Pharmacy
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Involving Patients/Standardized Patients in TBL
Wendy Madigosky | Michelle Colarelli | Lisha Bustos | Elshimaa Basha
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

Threshold Concepts-Based TBL
Suzan Kamel-ElSayed | James Grogan | Stephen Loftus
OUWB School of Medicine
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

We would like to thank all the authors who were able and willing to record their oral presentations to share with the wider audience of TBL educators. We hope you find their presentations insightful and useful to your practice.

#TBLC20 Oral Presentations – Fundamentals Track

In an effort to still share with you the fruits of thousands of hours of research, writing and dedicated work, the TBLC Program Committee is happy to present the recordings of the slate of 2020 Oral Presentations. To view the presentations, visit https://teambasedlearning.site-ym.com/page/2020_orals. Abstracts are listed in one of three categories – Fundamentals, Innovation and Research & Scholarship.

Each category showcases work from educators around the globe implementing TBL in their own classrooms, both in-person and virtual. Presentations from the Fundamentals track include conclusions for novices to TBL to help them learn the essential skills to get a TBL program started at their own institution. An example might include an oral presentation on facilitation techniques or a poster on “How to Write Good Readiness Assurance Tests.”

A New and Diverse Interpretation of 4S: Size, Subject, Support,…and Siblings?
Lauren A. Vicker
St. John Fisher College
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

TBL Jeopardy™ using White Boards or Turning Point Team Clickers for Creating Engaging Application Exercises and/or Exam Review Sessions
Jennifer Rene Courtney | John Cusick | Eugene Kreys | Suzanne Clark
California Northstate University College of Pharmacy
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

A Qualitative Analysis on the Effectiveness of Peer Feedback in Team-Based Learning (TBL)
Sarah Lerchenfeldt | Suzan ElSayed | Stephen Loftus | Gustavo Patino | David Thomas
Oakland University
VIEW THE PRESENTATION

We would like to thank all the authors who were able and willing to record their oral presentations to share with the wider audience of TBL educators. We hope you find their presentations insightful and useful to your practice.

#TBLC20 Oral Presentations Now Online!

Even though we were not able to conduct our in-person annual conference in Portland, Oregon this past March, our program was still prepared and ready to view. Workshops were scripted and ready, speeches and talks were outlined and posters were printed and ready to be viewed in the exhibit halls.

In an effort to still share with you the fruits of thousands of hours of research, writing and dedicated work, the TBLC Program Committee is happy to present the recordings of the slate of 2020 Oral Presentations. To view the presentations, visit https://teambasedlearning.site-ym.com/page/2020_orals.

We would like to thank all the authors who were able and willing to record their oral presentations to share with the wider audience of TBL educators. We hope you find their presentations insightful and useful to your practice.