CATL workshop on team-based learning and the flipped classroom – rescheduled for March 10

This workshop will offer team-based learning strategies that can be applied to flipped classroom settings.

Team-Based Learning (TBL) and the Flipped Classroom
Tuesday, March 10, 12:30-1:45 p.m.
Belk Pavilion 201

The term “flipped classroom” describes a general teaching approach in which students are exposed to course content before class through readings or other instructional resources; classroom time is then spent achieving a deeper level of understanding of course content and learning goals through active learning exercises. TBL enhances long-term retention and learning by making use of individual and team preparation and assessment processes, significant in-class problem-based team learning activities, and peer teaching/coaching.

Workshop participants are encouraged to view the video overview prior to the February 24 workshop. This workshop will build on the overview, providing participants with TBL processes and fundamentals, as well as demonstration activities that will expose participants to the team-based learning approach used by the workshop facilitator in undergraduate and graduate classes. Facilitated by Matt Valle, Martha and Spencer Love Term Professor and Professor of Management. Lunch is provided.

To sign up, please use the registraton form.

To view CATL’s other spring offerings, please visit the CATL Workshops & Events page.