Creating Good TBL Questions and Using MedED Portal Resources

Presented by Jim Sibley, and Ed McKee, Ph.D. on October 14, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Come join us for this seminar that will introduce you to the design and development of effective TBL exercises. ¬†We will highlight the use backwards design to connect your course objectives with effective TBL questions. Specifically, we will highlight strategies to develop questions using the 4 S’s TBL question framework.

We will also discuss the differences between Readiness Assurance Test  (RAT) questions and Application questions. We will discuss how to get started designing TBL questions and activities, perhaps with resources with which you are already familiar. We will provide an overview of the design of a specific MedEd Portal published TBL and other TBLs that are in the MedEd Portal collection.  Finally we will suggest where to get help with TBL implementation questions.

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Presenter Bios

Jim SibleyJim Sibley
Director – Centre for Instructional Support,
Faculty of Applied Science
University of British Columbia, Canada

Director of the Centre for Instructional Support in the Faculty of Applied Science at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. He has been using TBL for seven years and has assisted faculty in the implementation of TBL in over 25 courses. He has consulted internationally  (Pakistan, Korea, Australia, and United States), presented at many international conferences (including IAMSE), and is active in the Team-Based Learning Collaborative.

Ed McKeeEd McKee is an Associate Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine  РSouth Bend . He directs and teaches the Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to 1st year students and directs and teaches Medical Genetics to 2nd year students. He has made extensive use of TBLs in both courses for the past 5 years. He is active in the Team-Based Learning community and has given papers and workshops on Team-Based learning at National and International meetings and has served as a consultant for Medical Schools wishing to incorporate TBL into their biochemistry and genetics curriculum.