Flattening Online TBL Teaching Curve
Develop online Team-Based Learning domain knowledge to enhance your online teaching and improve student outcomes
Amidst the current COVID-19 situation, most universities and schools around the world have turned to online teaching methodologies to maintain the continuum of providing education to the students. More and more institutions are offering instruction in online synchronous and asynchronous modalities. Some educators are using the team-based learning methodology, which allows for engaging and interactive online sessions. If you are curious to learn more about how they are doing online TBL, this online workshop is for you!
We are going to discuss the best practices on how to move beyond emergency online remote teaching to an easy-flowing active collaborative teaching using online TBL!
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:
Define online TBL
Experience TBL as a student in an online synchronous modality
Describe how to implement TBL in an online modality
The two-hour workshop is delivered in an online synchronous modality using the Team-Based Learning process of prework, readiness assurance process, and application exercises. Zoom and InteDashboard are used to conduct the online workshop.
Adjunct Faculty at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Founder - CognaLearn
Brian O'Dwyer is a TBL educator and entrepreneur. Having taught with TBL at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Singapore for 3 years, he now helps other educators set up their TBL courses through workshops and consulting services. Brian is also the founder of CognaLearn, the company that has created world's leading software for TBL - InteDashboard.