Facilitating TBL – tools to succeed: application exercises

Description

In the physical classroom, and during team-based learning, low tech options like voting cards, flipchart paper and drawing pins can be very easy to set up and operate for both faculty and students. However they can limit the types of application exercise that are possible to roll out. Here the authors present digital options that can transform the type of application exercises that students can engage with.

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In this resource, the authors discuss how digital technology can be utilised to transform the type of application exercise that students engage with in team-based learning – and the tools they need to use to do so.

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MAFAPS is a courses dealing with the issues related to de-carbonisation of merchant shipping worldwide. The subject matter includes the handling, storage and combustion of alternative fuels and the use of alternative power systems such as fuel cells.

The Transition Makers Toolbox is a collaborative initiative of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (IIS) at the University of Amsterdam and the alliance of Technical University Eindhoven, Wageningen University & Research, Utrecht University and University Medical Centre Utrecht (EWUU), supported by the Teaching & Learning Centre of the University of Amsterdam and Liberal Arts and Sciences and University College Utrecht at Utrecht University. Together with teachers from 9 higher education institutions across the Netherlands, we have developed these tools to empower your students to contribute to tackling complex societal challenges.

This collection of resources explain how Mahara can be use in practical terms as an e-portfolio. The resources are a collection of staff and student facing guides.

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URL: https://research.thea.ie/handle/20.500.12065/3583