Team-Based Learning Collaborative
Asia Pacific Community Symposium
8-9 February 2024
Impact of Emerging technologies on learning strategies
COVID required educators to rapidly change the way they taught. Team-Based Learning (TBL) lent itself nicely to a virtual environment; however, educators are now wondering how new disruptive technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), ChatGPT might change, enhance, impact or disrupt the delivery of their learning activities such as TBL. This symposium will discuss the challenges and opportunities these emerging technologies pose for TBL and the general learning environment, and how these technologies are being integrated into higher education. The symposium also offers a valuable opportunity to connect, share ideas and engage with others in the regional TBL community. We warmly invite you to join us. For those unable to join in person, a virtual option will be available.
We warmly invite you to join us. For those unable to join in person, an online option is available.
Who should attend?
This symposium will be a gathering for educators, healthcare professionals, edtech enthusiasts, students, research scholars, instructional designers, and institutional leaders. Whether you are experienced or new to TBL, this symposium will provide a rich, collaborative environment to deepen your understanding, expand your network, and explore applying emerging technologies to learning in the modern era.
Where is it?
University of Sydney, Camperdown, NSW, Australia
Professor Adam Bridgeman
Pro-Vice Chancellor, Education Innovation, The University of Sydney
“Generative AI: Reimagining Teaching, Learning, and Assessment in Higher Education”.
Emeritus professor Larry michaelsen
Creator of Team-based Learning (TBL)
Emeritus Professor Sandy Cook
Duke-NUS Medical School, National University of Singapore, Team-Based Learning Trainer/Consultant, Asia Pacific Community of TBLC Chair, Training and Certification Committee Chair.
Professor Jane Bleasel
Head of School and Dean of Medicine – JMP School of Medicine and Public Health The University of Newcastle
We welcome proposals for oral presentations, posters and workshops, showcasing TBL innovations and the use of technologies in higher education. Submissions are open to face-to-face attendees only.