Don’t miss out – only one week away!

Two workshops on Team-based Learning (TBL) – please join us!

An introduction to Team-based Learning

Team-Based Learning (TBL)  is an evidence based flipped classroom teaching and learning strategy. With TBL, students are required to engage with pre-class materials before working through a test in class as an individual and then in a team of 5-6 students. This process helps to prepare the student teams to then engage with application exercises, where they apply their knowledge in making decisions to manage real-world scenarios relevant to their discipline. Think TBL might be a good fit for your teaching and learning approach? Fancy trying something different? Come and join us!


Facilitators: Dr Jonny Branney, Principal Academic in Nursing and Clinical Sciences; Certified Consultant-Trainer in TBL

and Ryan Muldoon, Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Venue: BRANKSOME – Talbot Campus

Date: Wednesday 6th March 2024

Workshop 1: Fundamental Principles and Practices of TBL (10am – 12pm)

Learning outcomes:

  • Describe the essential elements of TBL
  • Explain clearly and concisely how and why TBL works
  • Evaluate the benefits of using TBL

Workshop 2: Evaluating Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Readiness Assurance Tests (RATs) and Application Activities (1pm – 3pm)

Learning outcomes:

  • Compare and contrast MCQs for RATs, exams and applications
  • Link MCQs to session learning outcomes
  • Identify common errors and barriers to writing effective MCQ questions


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Hope to see you there!

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