Roundtable 2: Pivoting Team-Based Learning Online
Karen Hayes (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
Engaging students with dry, theoretical material is often very challenging. Occupational therapy theory and processes are no different. Team-based learning, however, offers the advantages of engaging students in completing the content pre-work before they come to class, challenging them to apply the knowledge in class, and developing critical thinking and critical feedback skills (Sibley, 2014). At our institution, team-based learning proved to be very adaptable to the online environment, and students reported feeling engaged and looking forward to their online learning activities. This session will allow you to experience online team-based learning and how it could work for your students.
Article: (open access): https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/0142159X.2012.651179
Live chat transcript
00:00:47 Noela Haughton: hola
00:00:56 Noela Haughton: evening – hence the hola
00:01:44 Noela Haughton: good morning!
00:02:25 Noela Haughton: its unfolding positively
00:03:17 Noela Haughton: yikes
00:04:14 Noela Haughton: 29 in Ohio; wish it was 20
00:05:07 Noela Haughton: We are going back and forth with lockdowns
00:05:23 Noela Haughton: some places have renewed because of spikes
00:05:40 Gregory Auhl: Sounds like Melbourne!
00:06:06 Noela Haughton: ahh… I was happy there too
00:06:18 Noela Haughton: i almost stayed
00:06:37 Prue Gonzalez: You should come back Noela! We can make you an adjunct staff member 😉
00:06:45 Noela Haughton: i will. i may stay
00:06:54 Noela Haughton: its absolutely lovilythere
00:06:58 Noela Haughton: lovely
00:13:19 Prue Gonzalez: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/0142159X.2012.651179
00:14:30 Noela Haughton: so, now I know how to upload docs. Thanks! I just saw the a new file button
00:15:01 Prue Gonzalez: I’ve allowed this in the settings. I can email you after this with the instructions if you like 🙂
00:15:09 Prue Gonzalez: Or we could ask Lee to turn it on for all of us?
00:15:34 Noela Haughton: Nice! This was not available earlier today
00:15:53 Noela Haughton: Yes – thank you. Some roundtables have docs
00:16:33 Prue Gonzalez: Yes! I’ll email everyone straight after this 🙂
00:16:46 Noela Haughton: awesome!
00:19:45 Prue Gonzalez: Karen has some additional material for this session:
00:19:47 Prue Gonzalez: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/0142159X.2012.651179
00:19:54 Prue Gonzalez: And a worksheet:
00:20:51 Prue Gonzalez: Welcome Ed – it’s nice to have you back in the room 🙂
00:21:11 Ed Gehringer: Thanks, good to see you too.
00:25:26 Ed Gehringer: Larry Michaelson was at various institutions, but at Oklahoma State longer than anywhere else.
00:26:38 Gregory Auhl: Strikes me as being particularly relevant to professional practice areas
00:29:35 Ed Gehringer: I’ve been to a couple of workshops on TBL, but never taught with it.
00:31:38 Prue Gonzalez: This is my first time learning about TBL. I haven’t heard of many people using it in the environmental sciences discipline.
00:34:33 Gregory Auhl: Conceptually, I like it
00:34:52 Prue Gonzalez: Head to Kahoot,it to play
00:36:54 Prue Gonzalez: The music makes me anxious!
00:54:36 Karen Hayes: Work on the question in your team for 10 minutes. Return to main screen when you are finished. Report your answers simultaneously Everyone puts their Zoom on ‘gallery mode’ One person from each team holds up a piece of paper/whiteboard with their Group Number and answer (use black texta if you can) and says the answer so that they come to the ‘top’ of the gallery (zoom works on voices) We compare the answers Instructor will ask random people from the group (remember you can see who is in each group in the breakout group list) to justify why they chose their answer. Random choices are important!
00:55:00 Karen Hayes: Karen is a Lecturer in occupational therapy at a regional University in Australia. Her students are learning about ethics. The students have so far completed: Pre-work of videos, online lectures, and readings with reading guides outlining ethical principles and theories An iRAT & tRAT to check their readiness to apply the concepts Instructor clarification review to clear up misconceptions about ethical theory They are ready to complete a tAPP activity.
00:55:19 Karen Hayes: Karen has found a real world scenario about ethics in occupational therapy in a video about Charlie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fFk3W6UKA4 Considering the principles of TBL, which question should Karen use for the tAPP? Was Charlie’s parents’ decision ethically sound? Yes or No? Compare and contrast ethical conflicts within this story Which principles of medical ethics have been violated in this scenario? Name the four principles of medical ethics
01:30:54 Karen Hayes: Michaelsen, L.K. & Sweet, M. (2011). Team-based learning. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, 128, 41-51 Parmelee, D.X., Michaelsen, L.K., Cook, S. & Hudes, P.D. (2012). Team base learning: A practical guide: AMEE Guide No 65, Medical Teacher, 34(5), e275-287. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/0142159X.2012.651179 Team Based Learning Collaborative http://www.teambasedlearning.org/ Sibley, J. (2014). Getting started with team-based learning (First ed.). Stylus Publishing. Wong, A.K.C, Wong, F.K.Y., Chan, L., Chan, N., Ganoticec, A., & Hod, J. (2017). The effect of interprofessional team-based learning among nursing students: A quasi-experimental study, Nurse Education Today, 53, 13-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.03.004
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