The 22nd Annual TBLC Meeting is just around the corner, and we would like you to get to know our keynote sessions! We have three presentations this year and we hope you enjoy each. One of our plenary addresses will be given by Dr. Changiz Mohiyeddini, Professor and Director of Behavioral Medicine & Psychopathology at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.
Plenary: Determinants and Consequences of Engaging and Successful Team-Based Learning Activities for Adolescent and Adult Learners
Date and Time: March 13, 2023 at 8:15 AM ET
Team-based learning (TBL) has been increasingly implemented within higher education and in business sectors as a high-quality pedagogical tool over the last decade. In general, TBL is an approach that enables educators to provide opportunities to solve real-life job-related problems and collect authentic professional experiences. However, little is known about the psychological and educational determinants of an engaging and successful TBL and how these can be utilized to predict and achieve the desired outcomes of TBL. This course will provide an evidence-based theoretical framework to understand the main determinants of an engaging and successful TBL, age appropriateness, and feasibility of different strategies.
Dr. Mohiyeddini joined Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine faculty in September 2019 as a Full Professor in the Department of Foundational Medical Studies. He is the director of Behavioral Medicine and Psychopathology. Dr. Mohiyeddini received his PhD in Psychology from the Universidad of Trier (Germany) and his habilitation from the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen (Germany).
Prior to joining the faculty at OUWB, Dr. Mohiyeddini held senior faculty positions at higher education institutions in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Luxemburg, England, and the United States. The teaching portfolio of Dr. Mohiyeddini comprises Behavioral Medicine, (Child and Adult) Psychopathology, Brain and Behavior, Clinical-Health Psychology, Personality Psychology, Psychological Assessment, Counselling Psychology, and Advanced Quantitative and Qualitative Methods. Furthermore, he has extensive expertise in development, evaluation, and management of academic programs and curriculums. Dr. Mohiyeddini’s teaching has been acknowledged with several awards for outstanding teaching throughout his career.
Dr. Mohiyeddini is an experienced psychotherapist and serves as a quantitative and assessment counselor to medical schools and hospitals in Europe to develop, implement, and evaluate community-based educational and health-related clinical projects. Furthermore, he contributed to the advancement of his discipline and the scientific community as a longstanding Editor-in-Chief and member of editorial boards of several international academic journals.
We hope you enjoy what we are sure will be a very engaging plenary discussion.