Both students and academics have had to deal with some very difficult and challenging circumstances over the past few months. This looks set to continue into next academic year. While this has been both disruptive and stressful, there may be long term benefits for the way we teach our students if we can harness them. Such benefits are more likely to be realised if we can focus our cyclical teaching efforts on more effective methods of engaging students. Moving between modes of delivery impacts the way we design our courses, the development work we put into them and form of delivery used. This session will consider some of the challenges and benefits for academic staff in working across multiple modes and examine some the design, development and delivery possibilities that can be used to deliver effective blended learning.
This event will take place on 29 June 2020, between 11:00am and 12:00pm London time
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is interested in developing their approach to teaching in multiple modes (through choice or necessity).
Benefits of Attendance
- Understand the differences between, and challenges of, traditional, online and blended delivery
- Consider the design and development implications of moving from traditional to blended and online delivery
- Reflect on how different forms of delivery can be used to complement one another
- Understand how to capitalise on short term crisis management effort for more effective teaching in future
This is an online event
Dr Craig V. Robinson, Director of Digital Education, Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University
British Academy of Management MKE Paper Series
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This is a free event, only for BAM Members
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