Learn to Create Effective TBL Modules at #TBLC23

The TBLC 2023 Annual Meeting will be held in sunny Orlando, Florida from March 11-14, 2023. New for the in-person meeting is the opportunity to take all five courses required for the Knowledge of the Fundamentals of TBL certificate program! Beginning on Saturday morning, attendees will have the opportunity to complete the program from start to finish and leave the meeting certified in facilitating TBL! The fifth and final workshop in the series is Creating an Effective TBL Module.

Creating an Effective TBL Module
Facilitators: Michael Nelson – Drake University
Simon Tweddell – University of Bradford

This workshop module focuses on how to use backward design, Instructional Decision Model, 4S frameworks and Bloom’s Taxonomy guide to create an entire TBL module including outcomes, application exercises, readiness assessment tests and reading guides.

Learning objectives for Creating an Effective TBL Module include:

  • Apply backward design methodology to plan a TBL module
  • Construct application exercises that adhere to the 4S framework
  • Design readiness materials that motivate self-directed learning
  • Convert non-TBL course material into TBL format
  • Identify common errors and barriers during TBL module development

Meet The Facilitators

Michael Nelson
Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
TBL Consultant

Simon Tweddell
University of Bradford
Professor of Pharmacy Education
Member of the ETBLC Community

For the full list of workshops and more details on the 2023 TBLC Meeting, please click here. We’ll see you in Orlando!