for Medical Educators
When medical educators make the decision to eliminate the lecture and adopt flipped or blended learning they are faced with what to replace it with. Team-based learning (“TBL”) provides an evidence-based methodology, a defined structure and data for evaluation. This introductory workshop is designed to provide medical educators with a better understanding of TBL.
At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
1.Define the main components of TBL
2.Explain the benefits and considerations of TBL in medical education
3.Describe where to begin with designing a TBL course: backwards design and identifying resources
4.Experience TBL in a synchronous modality
Medical educators interested in learning about TBL and experienced medical TBL educators interested in experiencing TBL in a synchronous online modality.
This workshop will be conducted using the TBL methodology in a synchronous online modality.
Dates and Times
This workshop will be held on Thursday 5 September 8:30 - 10:30 am London time / 3:30 - 5:30 pm Singapore time.
Can't make it at this time or day? Let us know of your interest and we'll notify you if the workshop is repeated in the future: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/OABUxL
This workshop is free of cost.
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.
Robert Kamei, MD, is currently Professor of Paediatrics at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore and specializes in medical education. As the founding Vice Dean of Education at Duke-NUS Medical School in 2006, he was responsible for bringing Duke University’s medical curriculum to Singapore and implementing a TBL curriculum, one of the first successful TBL efforts in the world. His work influenced the development of education programs at institutions around the world. He is one of the academic founders of Cognalearn.
Can't make it at this time or day?
Let us know of your interest and we'll notify you if the workshop is repeated in the future: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/OABUxL