Team USA Spring Professional Development Sessions


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TeamUSA Course Design Lab: Creating Meaningful and Engaging Application Activities

Bring course materials and your own device to work on creating application activities using Michaelsen's 4S approach. Resources and tips will be provided, and you will have the opportunity to collaborate with other TeamUSA faculty.  

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6894

Date: 2/19/2016

Time: 1:30 – 3:00pm

Location: ILC Classroom

 

Writing Effective Multiple Choice Questions for Your TBL Course

Successful implementation of the Readiness Assurance Process in Team-Based Learning courses hinges on well-crafted multiple-choice questions. In this workshop, you will develop skills and techniques for creating effect multiple choice question stems with plausible alternatives.

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6895

Date: 2/23/2016

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Location: ILC Seminar Room

 

Facilitating Application Activities

The role of the instructor shifts in TBL learning from “sage on the stage” to “guide on the side.”  In an interactive format, participants will discover effective techniques for guiding and facilitating TBL Application Activities.

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6896

Date: 3/10/2016

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Location: ILC Classroom

 

Supporting Team Emergence: A Few Sentences Communicated at the Right Time can Change Team and Classroom Environment (Usually)!

Transitioning from a “group” to a “team” is a process. TBL promotes team emergence, and faculty can support this process with effective communication strategies. From theory to practice, we will explore phases of team emergence and faculty statements to support teams and improve areas of concern.

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6897

Date: 3/21/2016

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Location: ILC Seminar Room

 

Utilizing Technology in your TBL Class

Personal, classroom, and online technology can support your implementation of every aspect of TBL—from iRATs to application activities. This hands-on workshop will provide the opportunity to try out a variety of tech tools and resources to support your use of TBL.

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6898

Date: 3/31/2016

Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm

Location: Team USA Classroom

 

Developing Modules for your TBL course

An effectively executed TBL module begins with thoughtful preparation. In this workshop, we will break down the components of module development and use an effective framework for developing course modules. The framework will be applied to your course, so bring ideas and materials.

Registration link: http://usailc.org/?p=6899

Date: 4/7/2016

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Location: ILC Seminar Room

 

 


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