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#TBLC20 Early Bird Registration Deadline is January 15!

The 2020 TBLC Annual Conference is right around the corner and the Early Bird Deadline is January 15. Currently, registration is $395/$495 for member/non-member. After the Early Bird Deadline, rates will increase to $475/$575 for member/non-member registration. Be sure to register before this deadline to receive the reduced rate!

Register here!

The TBLC attendee room rate is $189 per night at the Hilton Portland Downtown. The special room rate is for the nights of March 13-17, 2020. This special rate will only be available until February 20, 2020.

After February 20, the hotel cannot guarantee a room for TBLC attendees, so be sure to book your hotel before the cut off!

To make your reservations, please visit the hotel’s booking website here.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please let us know at support@tblcadmin.org. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Portland!

Registration for #TBLC20 is NOW OPEN

The Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC) invites all educators to attend our 19th annual Conference on Team-Based Learning scheduled for March 14-17, 2020 at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, Oregon, USA. “Diversity in Learning” will be the central theme for the conference, in which attendees will not only have the opportunity to learn more about the utilization of TBL, but will also explore strategies to meet both diverse learners and diverse learning needs.

When: March 14 – 17, 2019
Where: Portland, Oregon, USA

Register Today!

Meeting Highlights: Pre-conference workshops will be held on Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15th. All five workshops for the TBLC Fundamentals Certificate will be offered during this time. (For more information on the Fundamentals certificate, please click here) The conference itself will begin on the evening of Sunday, March 15th with an opening plenary by Dr. Elizabeth L. Hillman, the President of Mills College in Oakland, California. Dr. Yves Labissiere, an associate professor at Portland State University in Portland Oregon, will be also deliver plenary session on the morning of Monday March 16th. Both speakers are sure to deliver stimulating and thought-provoking sessions.

New to the 2020 conference are expert panels and oral focus sessions. During the expert panels, conference attendees will have the opportunity to ask TBL experts for advice in regards to the more challenging aspects of TBL. The oral focus sessions will be short presentations on innovations or applications of TBL that are not research-based in an effort to help bring creative innovations and new topics of growing interest to the annual meeting.

The conference will also include interactive workshops, oral research presentations and poster sessions. The 19th annual TBLC Conference will be a wonderful experience filled with engaging sessions and plenty of networking opportunities.

Hotel: Hilton Portland Downtown
921 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204

The TBLC Attendee room rate will be $189 per night.

For more information, visit the 2020 TBLC Annual Meeting Website. We look forward to seeing you in Portland in March!

Thank you,
Sarah Lerchenfeldt & Robin Risling-de Jong
2020 Program Chair & Co-Chair

How to Obtain Your TBL Fundamentals Certificate After the Meeting

At the 2019 Annual Meeting in Tampa, TBLC offered the five workshops required for the Fundamentals Certificate. In order to receive the TBLC Fundamentals Certificate, you will need to have completed the 5 fundamentals workshops and filled out the application form here. You will receive your certificate when both the form and $25 payment have been received by the TBLC Administrative office.  If you weren’t aware of the Fundamentals workshops offered at the meeting or weren’t able to attend the sessions to complete your certificate, TBLC will be offering all five workshops at the 2020 Meeting in Portland, Oregon! This includes:

 • Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL
• Creating an Effective TBL Module
• Evaluating Multiple Choice Questions for Readiness Assurance Tests and Application Activities
• Improving Facilitation Skills for a TBL Classroom
• Peer Feedback and Evaluation More information about the certificate and each of the workshops can be found on our website here.