Episode 56: Case Study: Combining Team-Based Learning and the Flipped Classroom Model in a Large Class

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Episode 56 of the Lecture Breakers podcast is another case study episode where our guest digs into a specific way they are breaking up their lectures and creating more opportunities for student engagement. 

Our guest is Dr. Isabelle Barrette-Ng, and she is sharing how she combines team-based learning with the flipped classroom model in a large class that’s also online. So, she is bringing it all to the show on this episode!

Isabelle shares how she structures this whole process for a class of 400-600 students. We talk about how to manage the logistics, coordinate TAs, and create high performing teams. And we talk about the impact this redesign process has had on student learning.

Isabelle shares her findings which have now been submitted for publication. I guess you can say we're getting a sneak peek into her research!


What You'll Learn:

  • How to combine team-based learning and the flipped classroom model in a large class.

  • How this redesign has impacted student engagement and student learning.

  • How to re-think the flipped classroom model in the online space.

  • How to help students see the value of this type of course design.

  • How to manage logistics, coordinate TAs, and build community in a course with 400-600 students.


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