Episode 50: How to Break Up Your Lecture Using Team-Based Learning (Part 1) with Dr. Hugh Clements-Jewery
Episodes 50 of the Lecture Breakers podcast is part 1 of a 2-part series focused on Team-Based Learning (TBL). Our guest is Dr. Hugh Clements-Jewery. He’s an associate professor in physiology, and he’s a certified trainer consultant in TBL. This conversation was so good that I decided to divide it into 2 parts.
In this episode, we talk about what Team-Based Learning is and why it is such a powerful teaching strategy.
Part 1 is all about the structure, organization, and benefits of TBL. In part 2, we’ll dig into the actual application and implementation of TBL so you can think about how to break up your own lectures using TBL as a model.
What you'll learn:
- What Team-Based Learning (TBL) is and why it is such a powerful teaching and learning strategy.
- The 3 phases of TBL and why the structure of the learning environment is so important.
- How TBL increases student motivation, engagement, and retention.
- Learn more about Hugh's expertise in Team-Based Learning.
- Learn more about the Team-Based Learning Collaborative.
- Learn more about Dr. Ruth Levine's work.
- Learn more about Dr. Paul Kole's work.
- Get the IF-AT scratch-off cards
- Connect with Hugh on his website and Twitter.
- Be sure to listen to part 2 (episode 51) after this one!
- Learn more about the Lecture Breakers Summer Conference
- Join the free Lecture Breakers Facebook group
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