Mastering your Online Facilitation Skills in Team-Based Learning

So, you are ready to facilitate a team-based learning class.  You have your content mastered, your materials developed, and your audience confirmed.


And then you discover you can reach more participants--if you offered your course live in an online environment.  But you don’t feel ready or comfortable in presenting content and guiding student discussions in an online venue.


Online learning is different from face to face training.  But there are skills you can master in team-based learning and in online facilitation.


Come join us in an online environment. And master the basics of online facilitation.


Curious on what’s different in an online environment for team-based learning?  This workshop is for you.  Don’t miss out!
At the end of this online workshop, existing face-to-face TBL educators interested in TBL online as well as educators new to TBL should be able to:

  1. Identify the facilitation skills needed in an online learning environment

  2. Experience TBL as a student in an online synchronous modality

  3. List the steps that engage students seeking an online learning experience

Date and Time

 

This workshop was last offered on 18 June 2019. If you would like to take this workshop the next time it is offered, please let us know by clicking the "register interest" button below.


Cost
 

This workshop is free of cost.

Location

 

This workshop will be held online using Zoom Web Conference. More details on how to access the Zoom meeting room will be sent after registration. 

The Facilitator

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.

After completing his B.S. degree in forestry and wildlife from Virginia Tech, he volunteered as a Peace Corps forester in Burkina Faso. Tom has earned the CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance) 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 Western Asia.