Wednesday, January 8
  1. Welcoming remarks
  2. Forming groups: Take 1
  3. Experience it yourself: The student experience in a PBL classroom
  4. Reflection and questions
  5. Forming groups: Take 2
  6. Survey of problem types and sources
  7. Intro to problem-writing: Constructing a well-formed problem
  8. Problem-writing activity 1
  9. Reflections on day 1
Thursday, January 9
  1. Addressing questions from day 1
  2. Getting started: Building a framework for a PBL course
  3. What elements and processes make a good PBL problem?
  4. Problem-writing activity 2
  5. Matching assessments with your problem and student learning
  6. Problem-writing activity 3: Advanced problem-writing
  7. Reflections on day 2
Friday, January 10
  1. Addressing questions from day 2
  2. xBL: x-based learning (x=laboratory, experiment, client)
  3. Maintaining institutional momentum for teaching transformation
  4. It’s not just group work any more: Intro to team-based learning
  5. The small teaching approach to course changes
  6. Final touches on participant gallery walk presentations
  7. Gallery walk with participant problems
  8. Mad minute: Best ideas, best practices, takeaways