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International Business Pedagogy Workshop

Hosted by LUBS International Business Leeds and Georgia State University CIBER

 

9-10 April 2018

 

Monday 9th April – Dinner at University House, 18:00-12:00

 

Tuesday 10th April – Workshop, Maurice Keyworth Building, 08:30-18:00

 

 

Are you ready to update your skills and pedagogical toolbox for teaching IB?

 

This workshop provides a forum for scholars with extensive teaching experience to share best practice and explore new ways of teaching, with a view to advancing student education within both the field of IB and within business & management more generally.

 

IB scholars engaged in teaching face internal and external challenges which, if approached appropriately, can offer new opportunities for innovative teaching.  The introduction of innovative teaching approaches requires careful calibration in order to fit required learning outcomes and student needs. It also needs to be communicated effectively, so that students are able to fully embrace the shifts in teaching delivery and classroom expectations.  Against this backdrop, the objective of the IB Pedagogy workshop is to:

 

        Explore how scholars across different disciplines are successfully navigating shifts in student education and how the IB community, and more broadly the business and management community, can benefit from their experience.

 

        Provide a new generation of IB scholars with the pedagogical tools and perspectives that will help shape their teaching approach.

 

        Create a community of IB scholars that is actively interested in reconsidering how we can best engage with our students and create an environment of mutual benefit.

 

Costs:

 

100 for delegates external to Leeds University Business School,  75 for early bird booking (when booked by  15th February) – includes dinner on 9th April;

 

80 for LUBS staff with 60 early bird (when booked by 15th February) – includes dinner on 9th April;

 

50 for LUBS staff with 40 early bird (when booked by 15th February) – dinner on 9th April not included;

 

25 for PhD students – dinner on 9th April not included

 

50 for PhD students – includes dinner on 9th April.

 

 

To book on this event, please go to:  http://store.leeds.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/leeds-university-business-school/ib-events/international-business-pedagogy-workshop-2018

 

 

For further details on the workshop and programme, please visit: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/about-us/article/international-business-pedagogy-workshop/

 

 

Kind Regards

 

Vicky Weeks

Divisional Co-ordinator

International Business

10-12 Cromer Terrace (G.14)

The University of Leeds
Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK

(  +44 (0)113 343 1049

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My working hours are Monday–Wednesday 8.15am-4.15pm and Thursday-Friday 9:45am-2:30pm

 

 

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