Workshop Series: The Research-Based Flipped Classroom: Team-Based Learning (June 22-24, 1-4 p.m.)

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 22 Jun 2016 from 1:10 pm to 4:00 pm
Location:198 Parks Library
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)
Categories:Training, development
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Team-Based Learning (TBL) is an increasingly popular form of flipped-classroom small-group learning that can be implemented effectively in small or large classes. TBL provides students with a more intimate, small class feel even in large theater-style classrooms with fixed seats. TBL teachers report high levels of student attendance, preparation, participation and critical thinking.

TBL enhances long-term retention and learning by making use of individual and team preparation and assessment processes, significant in-class problem-based team learning activities, and peer teaching/coaching. TBL students share that they are enjoying the experience and are more motivated to be actively engaged with the course content. In addition, collaboration in teams provides students with valuable experience that is reflective of problem-solving in real-life workplace environments.

By participating in this inaugural 3-part workshop series faculty will:
1. Become familiar with TBL, and the four components of TBL (permanent teams, readiness assurance, application activities, and anonymous peer evaluation).
2. Explore strategies on how-to implement the TBL approach into your course.
3. Discover the services, resources and development opportunities coordinated by CELT including an active and vibrant group of faculty and graduate students involved in TBL.

Visit CELT's Team-Based Learning website. Facilitator: Holly Bender, CELT Associate Director

This 3-part workshop series will take place from 1:10 - 4:00 p.m. on the following days:
== Wednesday, June 22
== Thursday, June 23
== Friday, June 24

*Registration is required for this event prior June 21.
When registering for this program - you will register for all three days. *

Coordinated by Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)

Special Thanks to General Services Room Scheduling and the University Library for use of 198 Parks Library.