About this event
This workshop has been designed to provide you an overview of team-based learning teaching methodology, its origin, and how it works. We will walk you through components of the team-based learning process and how each activity helps students deepen their learning retention and helps them apply theoretical knowledge in a real-world application. We will briefly talk about the advantages of team-based learning for different stakeholders. We will talk about technologies and resources that can help you implement Team-Based Learning for your face-to-face and online classes effectively.
Who this is for?
Educators, instructional designers who are considering transforming their traditional lectures into flipped classroom modules and are considering using a team-based learning approach
Administrators and IT personnel looking for pedagogical solutions to make large classes more engaging and fun in an online environment
At the end of this online workshop, educators new to TBL should be able to:
Identify the key elements of team-based learning
State advantages of team-based learning approach in face-to-face, online, and hybrid setting
Learn about the resources and technologies that can help you implement TBL and continue your professional journey in the area of TBL
Tom Jansen has trained staffs and volunteers for Boy Scouts of America (BSA) since 1982. He served BSA councils in Virginia, Europe, Maryland, and Connecticut and National BSA in corporate training, strategic planning, and IT communications.
Tom has earned the the CPTD (Certified Professional in Talent Development) from the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Certification Institute.
He currently works in Brussels, Belgium as Scout Executive for the Transatlantic Council—supporting BSA programs in Africa, Europe, Middle East, and Central Asia. He volunteers on the Finance and Membership committees of the Team Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC).