TBL at UF

If you are interested in hosting a TBL workshop in your department or college during the 2018-2019 academic year, please contact Dr. Wayne McCormack.


Registration is NOW OPEN! Click here to register today!

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Student Registration – If you are a student registering for the TBLC Meeting and would like the discounted student rate, please email a letter from your dean or department chair on university letterhead stating that you are a student to support@tblcadmin.org.

Early Bird Registration Deadline is January 15, 2019.

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June 6-8, 2018

Thanks to everyone who attended this year!
Check back later for 2019 dates.
Please see “Workshop Description” links for more information about individual workshops.

Wednesday, June 6

   *TBL 101: Introduction to TBL
   9:00 am – 12:00 noon (Workshop Description)

   *Creating Effective TBL Modules
   1:30 – 4:30 pm (Workshop Description)

Thursday, June 7

   *Peer Evaluation Methods for TBL
   8:00 – 9:45 am (Workshop Description)

   *TBL Facilitation Skills
   10:00 am – 12:00 noon (Workshop Description)

   Ensuring Student Buy-In for TBL
   1:30 – 4:30 pm (Workshop Description)

Friday, June 8

   *Advanced TBL Module Writing
   9:00 am – 12:00 noon (Workshop Description)

 

*Participants in all five of these sessions will be awarded a TBL Fundamentals Certificate from the Team-Based Learning Collaborative.  Attendance at previous TBL Boot Camp sessions since 2016 will count, so be sure to come back and attend any sessions you missed!

The 2018 TBL Boot Camp was co-sponsored by:
UF Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars
UF Office of Faculty Development & Teaching Excellence
UF College of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
UF College of Medicine Office of Educational Affairs

UF College of Medicine Society of Teaching Scholars

These workshops are open to all UF faculty members, staff, and to postdoctoral fellows and graduate students interested in teaching as part of their future careers.  Non-UF faculty should contact Dr. McCormack.

Workshop Presenters:

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Wayne T. McCormack, PhD
Distinguished Teaching Scholar & Professor
Dept. of Pathology, Immunology & Laboratory Medicine
UF College of Medicine
TBLC Trainer-Consultant
Past President, Team-Based Learning Collaborative
Michelle Farland, PharmD
Clinical Associate Professor
Dept. of Pharmacotherapy & Translational Research
UF College of Pharmacy
TBLC Certified Trainer-Consultant
President-Elect, Team-Based Learning Collaborative

Prerequisites:
“TBL 101” is the recommended prerequisite for all other workshops.
“Creating Effective TBL Modules” is also a prerequisite for “Advanced TBL Module Writing”.


TBL Workshop participants at the International Medical Center in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, February 21-23, 2018

Drs. Parto Khansari (Stony Brook School of Pharmacy) and Wayne McCormack (University of Florida College of Medicine) presented TBL workshops to thirty health care professionals at the International Medical Center in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on February 21-23, 2018.


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CONGRATULATIONS to Michelle Farland, PharmD!

Dr. Farland, Clinical Associate Professor in the Dept. of Pharmacotherapy & Translational Research, College of Pharmacy, was elected to serve as President-Elect (2017-2019) of the Team-Based Learning Collaborative.


CONGRATULATIONS to Marit Østebø, PhD!

Dr. Ostebo, Assistant Professor in the UF Department of Anthropology, was recognized at the 2017 annual conference of the Team-Based learning Collaborative as a newly certified TBLC Trainer-Consultant.


What is TBL?

Are you interested in sponsoring a workshop in your college or department?  Please contact Dr. Wayne McCormack.

Don’t miss announcements about TBL-related faculty development events!  Join the UF TBL list serve.


Are you a member?  

Please consider joining the Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC), an organization of educators from around the world who encourage and support the use of Team-Based Learning in all disciplines and levels of education.