Team-Based Learning (“TBL”) Overview for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Online Faculty

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  After this session participants should be able to: 1. Define: team-based learning (“TBL”) 2. Rank benefits: rank order the top three reasons TBL would benefit students 3. Rank challenges: rank order the top three concerns about implementing TBL in the online asynchronous modality
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  • 1. Team-Based Learning (“TBL”) Overview Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence – Worldwide EV-Anar 14 October 2018 8am Eastern Time 16 October 2018 11am Eastern Time 1 Brian O’Dwyer Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Asia (Singapore Campus), Adjunct Faculty CognaLearn, Executive Chairman and Commercial Founder Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School, Former Entrepreneur-in-Residence
  • 2. Acknowledgements 2 ▪ The presenter would like to acknowledge the co-authors of Off-to-On: Best Practices for Online Team-Based LearningTM whitepaper: ▪ The presenter is the Commercial Founder of and has a financial interest in CognaLearn. CognaLearn is the company that developed InteDashBoard™ www.intedashboard.com, which is TBL software developed in collaboration with Duke- National University of Singapore Medical School; InteDashBoard™ is one of the technology tools shown in screenshots in this presentation. Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 3. Teamwork 3Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 4. Objectives 4 After this session participants should be able to: 1. Define: team-based learning (“TBL”) 2. Rank benefits: rank order the top three reasons TBL would benefit students 3. Rank challenges: rank order the top three concerns about implementing TBL in the online asynchronous modality Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 5. Team-based learning (“TBL”) 5Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution In class: apply 1. Pre-work 4. Clarify doubts 2. Quiz 5. Team applications 3. Team quiz In class: theory Also 360° teammate evaluation
  • 6. TBL in practice 6Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Originated in 1970s by Larry Michaelsen in Marketing Emerging K-12, government, employability and corporate Many fields • Health sciences (~50% of US medical schools) • Business • Computer science • Engineering • Social sciences • Law Used by 100s of universities globally
  • 7. 1. Pre-work 7Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 8. 2. Individual Readiness Assurance Test (“IRAT”) 8Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 9. 3. Team Readiness Assurance Test (“TRAT”) with immediate feedback 9Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 10. 4. Clarifications 10Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 11. 5. Applications 11Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Canberra Sydney Significant problem Same problem Specific choice Simultaneous report
  • 12. Peer evaluation 12Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution ▪ Team members “grade” each other on their performance as team members • Mitigates “free rider” problem • Learn by evaluating performance Team member 1 Team member 2 Divide 20 points among your two teammates
  • 13. Backwards design 13Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance Pre-work TRAT ClarifyIRAT Apply Select pre-workDesign RATs Form Learning Objectives TBL Class Flow Backwards Design Create Application Exercises
  • 14. Team formation 14 ▪Always instructor created to create a diverse team ▪Same teams for the entire term ▪2-3 evaluations per term ▪Sizes: typically 5-7 in face-to-face ▪Online modalities: • Smaller team size (3 or 4) • More frequent evaluation Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 15. Academic schedule example 15Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution 3-hour (1x per week) Readiness Phase (75 min) ▪ IRAT (20 MCQ) 25 min ▪ TRAT (20 MCQ) 25 min ▪ Clarify doubts 25 min [Break] Application Phase (75 min) ▪ Application cases 3-6x (5-15 min each) 1-hour (3x per week) Monday ▪ IRAT (10 MCQ) 15 min ▪ TRAT (10 MCQ) 15 min ▪ Clarify doubts 30 min Wednesday ▪ Cases ~3x (5-15 min each) Friday ▪ Cases ~3x (5-15 min each)
  • 16. Online synchronous 16 ▪ Generally similar to face-to-face ▪ Can take longer ▪ Technology coordination ▪ Smaller team sizes ▪ More frequent peer evaluation (in academic context) Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 17. Online asynchronous example 17Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Three weeks per topic Week 1: Readings and pre-work Week 2/3: Monday: IRAT (24 hours) Tue-Wed: TRAT (48 hours) Thur-Tue: Applications (6 days) Wed-Sun: Applications discussion (5 days) One week per topic Monday/Tuesday ▪ IRAT Wednesday/Thursday ▪ TRAT Friday/Saturday ▪ Application exercises
  • 18. Implementing TBL at ERAU 18 Short-term ▪ Prework: largely done already ▪ Theory: run existing quizzes first as individual and then as a team (Canvas calls them “groups”) ▪ Applications: use existing cases and… a) Team cases: Team cases instead of individual b) Same problem: All teams work on the same problem (e.g. same airport) c) Specific choice: Solution is a specific choice or business decision (which aircraft; rank the top three reasons for or against a decision) d) Reporting and debrief: Teams select or vote for the best response other than their own ▪ Teammate evaluation: peer grading, divide up points or comments Long-term Consider instructional design with TBL in mind, immediate feedback on team quizzes, team clarifications, electronic gallery walks, anonymous peer evaluation reporting and AI teammates Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 19. Reflect and report 19 1. Benefits: rank order top three reasons TBL would benefit students 2. Challenges: rank order the top three concerns about implementing TBL in the online asynchronous modality Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 20. Benefits: results of chat feedback 20 ▪ Fosters desirable qualities of future employees ▪ Real world experience ▪ Students learn to work together ▪ Students learn to collaborate ▪ Students learn to make a decision ▪ students learn to back up their decision ▪ Great venue for applying course concepts to real-world / aviation applications ▪ I love that idea of taking the test as a team and discussing the answers. ▪ I love the idea of making students make a decision. ▪ My dissertation topic is on the subject of student-to-student interactions, more so as it applies to developing social presence. However, SSI to support learning is equally interesting ▪ Real-world experiences tackling issues and finding solutions. ▪ Looking at an issue from all sides and considering other possibilities ▪ Structure ▪ Students learn to collaborate with a team ▪ Giving them an experience of collaborating virtually is an important skill Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 21. Challenges: results of chat feedback 21 ▪ People on the team pulling their weight ▪ accountability; asynchronous logistics; ▪ 9 weeks terms are so packed, it may be hard to focus on a project like this and the other assignments ▪ Students coordinating team assignments across time zones. ▪ What about accountability? Will some students benefit from other students’ hard work? ▪ Do you foresee any challenges with the text-based nature of communication? ▪ Students don't seem to be easily able to understand the LMS group area to its maximum potential. Every class that has a group assignments should have a LMS how to video. Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 22. Reflect and report 22 1. Benefits: rank order top three reasons TBL would benefit students 2. Challenges: rank order the top three concerns about implementing TBL in the online asynchronous modality Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 23. Summary 23 ▪ Team-based learning (“TBL”): specific type of blended learning • Theory: Pre-work followed by individual and team testing then clarification • Application: Significant, Same, Specific choice and Simultaneous report • Teams: Instructor created with teammate peer evaluation ▪ Mission critical team environments: used in health sciences (medicine and nursing) ▪ Modality: Originated in face-to-face environments, expanding to online ▪ Learn more: Team-Based Learning Collaborative • www.teambasedlearning.org • Annual meeting: March 14-16 2019 in Tampa (ERAU Prescott faculty attended in 2018) • Best Practices for Online Team-Based Learning whitepaper available here Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
  • 24. Appendix 24
  • 25. My class: individuals retain team gains 25Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution 76% Team TestIndividual Test BEFORE 93% 95% Individual Final Exam AFTER Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance
  • 26. My class: high-low range narrows 26Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Team TestIndividual Test BEFORE Individual Final Exam AFTER High: 80 Low: 54 High: 98 +23% Low: 92 +70% Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance
  • 27. World Economic Forum future skills 27Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance Top 10 skills required in 2020 Lecture TBL 1. Complex Problem Solving ✓ 2. Critical Thinking ✓ 3. Creativity 4. People Management ✓ 5. Coordinating with Others ✓ 6. Emotional Intelligence 7. Judgement and Decision Making ✓ 8. Service Orientation 9. Negotiation ✓ 10. Cognitive Flexibility World Economic Forum Future of Jobs Report-http://reports.weforum.org/future-of- jobs-2016/shareable-infographics/
  • 28. TBL supported by research 28Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance 300+ journal articles
  • 29. Curriculum and resource savings 29Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance Kamei RK, Cook S, Puthucheary J, Starmer CF. Medical Science Educator. 22: 2012.Traditional TBL Classroom time Traditional TBL 50% less 70% less Faculty time Better exam scores Note: Classroom and faculty time are unpublished estimates. Exam scores versus US national average published as cited..
  • 30. Effectiveness in large classes 30Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution Source: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business course in Airport Administration and Finance Traditional class Outcomes Number of students 1 20 40 70 140 200 500 1,000 Outcomes decline as class size increases TBL class Outcomes rise and maintain better as class size increases Outcomes Number of students 1 20 40 70 140 200 500 1,000 Illustrative
  • 31. Considerations 31 ▪Design of TBL course materials (pre-work, questions and cases) ▪Change management for educators and learners ▪Administrative process to implement Slides available from odwyerb@erau.edu and may be used with attribution
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