The 2022 Annual TBLC Meeting is taking place from March 5 through March 8, 2022. New this year is two days of pre-conference workshops to allow for all five of the Fundamental Certificate courses! These earlier days, Saturday, March 5 and Sunday, March 6, will give attendees the opportunity to take all required courses for their introductory TBL Fundamentals certification. Find out more about the Fundamentals Certificate, as well as the other TBL-Certifications, on our website. We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!
Workshops being offered on Saturday, March 5 include:
Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL
Presenters: Shawn Simonson – Boise State University
Liz Winter – University of Pittsburgh
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.
Creating an Effective TBL Module
Presenters: Amy de Jaeger – University of Manitoba
Hugh Clements-Jewery – University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford
This workshop is for educators who have completed the introductory workshop on Team-Based Learning™. The entire workshop will be conducted in a TBL format including a preparatory assignment, individual and team readiness assurance tests, and application-based questions.
The goal of this workshop is for participants to understand the steps involved in designing an effective TBL module relevant to their fields of instruction.
Evaluating Multiple Choice Questions for Readiness Assurance Tests and Application Activities
Presenters: Cortny Williams – University of Western States
Mark Serva – University of Delaware
Attendees will be provided with pre-workshop reading assignments related to evaluating MCQs and using them in RATs and Application Activities. The workshop will begin with an IRAT and a TRAT and will continue with a series of application activities. Application activities will support participants in evaluating the quality, cognitive level, and place-of- best-fit for selected MCQs; and provide practice in creating MCQs for their courses. By the end of the workshop, attendees will be able to evaluate the quality, the cognitive level, and place-of-best-fit (in RATs and Application Activities) for MCQs and create MCQs for their courses.
For the full list of workshops and more details on the 2022 TBLC Meeting, please click here.