Team-based learning is one of the most effective pedagogical approaches to encourage collaboration and critical thinking, but it can be laborious to implement, deliver, and manage, especially for large cohorts. To help combat this challenge, FeedbackFruits developed the LMS-integrated Team Based Learning solution to digitize the TBL process and make it much more streamlined, seamless, and engaging for both online and in-person participants.
Join this webinar for a deep dive into the new and improved FeedbackFruits Team Based Learning tool, explore best practices from TBL experts at Texas Christian University School of Medicine, and learn how Boston College scaled TBL to foster collaboration and employability skills.
Dr. Charles Gullo is the Assistant Dean of Faculty Development and an Associate Professor of Medical Education at Texas Christian University School of Medicine and a scientist and immunologist by training. His field of research was primarily in the area of cancer immunology and cellular anti-cancer therapeutic strategies. He transitioned into medical education in 2007 when he was first exposed to Team-Based Learning in Singapore. He has spent about 15 years in SE Asia including, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam, working in the medical sciences and education fields. His interests have focused on implementation of active learning in medical education, student academic performance, faculty development and educational evaluation/program outcomes. Specifically, he has developed expertise in converting lectures into use in active learning classrooms, facilitation in team learning environments and keeping up to date with new teaching and learning practices. He has also developed expertise in helping establish new medical schools, as he has been involved in three such ventures.
Dr. S. Kyle Johnson is a Learning Designer at Boston College, where he is also a Part-Time Professor of Theology. He received his PhD in Systematic Theology at Boston College in 2022, researching the connections between colonialism, anti-Black racism, and historic Christian beliefs about demons and evil spirits. In both his work as a designer and instructor, Kyle is passionate about developing transformative and liberating learning experiences for students.
11:00 - 11:05 AM ET
Felix Akkermans (Lead Product Architect at FeedbackFruits)
11:05 - 11:20 AM ET
Dr. Charles Gullo (Assistant Dean of Faculty Development at Texas Christian University School of Medicine) will introduce the principles of team-based learning and discuss some best practices associated with the approach.
11:20 - 11:35 AM ET
Felix Akkermans (Lead Product Architect at FeedbackFruits) will present the new and enhanced version of FeedbackFruits' Team Based Learning tool, highlight the latest features tips for implementing TBL in hybrid and online settings.
11:35 - 11:50 AM ET
Dr. S. Kyle Johnson (Learning Designer at Boston College) will showcase how Boston College used FeedbackFruits' Team Based Learning tool to digitize collaboration.
11:50 AM - 12:00 PM ET
We have prepared this exclusive content to guide educators at business schools with the use cases from the Wharton School and Griffith University. In this ebook, you will find classroom-validated strategies to facilitate group work in large-size online courses with effective use of technology.