Team-Based Learning: Flipping a Course in One Year

Eligibility: Faculty, staff, and graduate students with teaching responsibilities

Amount: Each participant will receive $500 in professional development funds

Submission: Online Application

Due Date: Friday, April 19, 2019

Purpose and Description

The Team-Based Learning (TBL) FLC will bring together faculty, staff, and graduate students who want to flip one of their current courses to TBL.  Participants will learn about TBL and then redesign one of their courses TBL-style throughout the FLC meetings. This FLC will foster members engagement with a new teaching pedagogy to have in their teaching toolkit. The FLC will also provide ample time for members to reflect upon their current teaching practices in relation to TBL and their goals and aspirations for student learning.


  • Members will attend FLC meetings once every 3 weeks.
  • Members will read and discuss books about TBL in order to identify and describe team-based learning and its component parts.
  • Members will design in-class applications activities.
  • Members will design readiness assurance processes.
  • Members will design TBL course learning objectives and TBL unit objectives.
  • Members will analyze and evaluate TBL materials that are created within the FLC.



  • Aaron Abbott, Sociology and Gerontology
  • Katherine Abbott, Sociology and Gerontology
  • Susan Achury Plaza, Political Science
  • Veronica Barrios, Family Science & Social Work
  • Annie-Laurie Blair, Media, Journalism and Film
  • Bailey Brown, Psychology, Student Associate
  • Kristen Budd, Sociology & Gerontology, Facilitator
  • Sami Hausserman, Social Justice Studies, Student Associate
  • Tracy Haynes, Biology
  • Irena Kola, English
  • Jennifer Quinn, Psychology
  • Buffy Stoll Turton, Student Affairs
  • Cody Vandergrift, Psychology, Student Associate