Call for Participation: Using Team-based Learning in the Classroom

Interested in incorporating team-based learning activities into your course? Are you using team-based learning in your class and looking for an opportunity to meet, share, and brainstorm with other faculty? Have you heard about flipping your classroom but not really sure what it means? This workshop may be just what you are looking for!

Please consider joining Dr. Caitie Finlayson (Geography Department) and the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation on Tuesday, November 29th from 12:15-1:15 in the HCC, Room 307.

Dr. Finlayson will share the pedagogical work she undertook this summer when she was awarded a 2016 CTE&I Department-level Instructional Innovation Grant.

Join a recent team-based learning convert for a discussion of team-based learning research, active learning strategies, and ideas for how to flip a class meeting or your entire course. This workshop shares her process and procedures any introductory-level course that has a broad focus will find useful. Also, ways to increase opportunities for active learning and in-class activities will be shared. Faculty looking to undertake a major, substantive revision of course materials and assignments are invited to attend. Also, faculty who are seeking ideas and examples for in-class team-based learning activities are encouraged to join us.

All faculty are invited to attend!

When:     Tuesday, November 29th

Time:       12:15-1:15

Where:    HCC, Room 307

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We look forward to seeing you there.

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