Using Team-Based Learning to Flip Your Classroom
Prepared, engaged college students…
A college classroom humming with active learning…
Time for rich, structured problem-solving…
What professor wouldn’t jump at the chance to create a learning environment like that?
Find out how you can create these conditions for yourself with Team-Based Learning: Strategies for Getting Started, a Magna Online Seminar with Jim Sibley.
The key is using Team-Based Learning, or TBL, to realize all the potential of the flipped classroom.
Students will develop a deep and enduring understanding, and you’ll be able to move beyond covering content to helping students use course concepts to solve interesting, significant problems.
TBL is a uniquely powerful and increasingly popular form of small group learning.
Implementing it successfully in your classroom requires rethinking your course and your role in its presentation.
You change to a developer and facilitator of high-quality learning events by creating the conditions necessary for students to learn the material at a deeper level.
By using TBL, teachers can enhance student learning, increase student engagement, and expand student expertise in problem-solving, all important and attainable goals.
Take advantage of this practical and pertinent professional development opportunity and order Team-Based Learning: Strategies for Getting Started today!