Teaching Effectively — Early Career Management Teachers
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Management teaching is a specialized competence with three specific sub-competencies: course design, class preparation and delivery, and creation of specific teaching aids. This programme seeks to address these competencies in the context of management teaching.
Use of technology in higher education has moved beyond teaching aids to MOOCs and asynchronous modes of learning. This programme will introduce participants to the nuances of digital learning, including flipped classrooms and blended programmes.
Course design: Deciding the positioning of the course within the programme; designing the flow of modules and topics in the course; defining the assurance of learning (AOL) and various forms of evaluations (exams, quizzes, assignments, projects, and simulation games); and decisions around pedagogy mix in the courses.
Class preparation and delivery: Specific focus on case method of teaching; case selection, pre-class preparation, class room choreography, student engagement, managing blackboard plans; customizing teaching styles to different audiences; creating your own teaching style
Case writing: Specific tools and techniques for writing management cases; defining case leads and learning outcomes; writing the case narrative; sourcing data for primary and secondary cases; the case writing project as a research programme; and writing effective teaching notes. The split model of the programme allows for participants to try their hand at writing a case in the break between the modules. The programme would also include a case writing practicum.
- 4 days plus 3 days
- 4 days in summer with a teaching focus; and 3 days in winter with a writing focus
- Time in between spent on writing a case/ instructional note which will be presented/ discussed during the winter module
Who should attend
- Early career teachers (up to ten years of post Ph.D teaching experience)
- Full time tenured (or tenure-track) faculty, and Professors of Practice, and visiting faculty on long-term contracts
- Seats to this programme is limited to 30 participants