This is the first BAM conference to focus specifically on developing teaching practice. The core idea is to support innovation, the spread of best practice and the development of a supportive community of practice for those engaged in management education regardless of subject discipline.
Opportunities to share experience and learning
The aim is for every participant at the conference to have a rich learning experience and contribute through sharing practice to the learning and development of fellow participants.
Focus on practice
The interactive nature of this conference means that every participant is invited, if they wish, to share something from their practice. We will be offering ‘market place’ tables for conversations around key emergent themes as ideas are submitted. There will also be opportunities for sense-making, generating new images of what teaching will look like in the future, exploring the changing roles of teachers and students and concluding with personal action-planning. The intention is that a day full of learning and networking will support practitioners grow one or more communities of practice. The vision is to meet needs for practice development across management education in a way that is inclusive, very practical and highly engaging.
The conference will give opportunities to explore:
- Innovative ideas from practice to support learning
- Learning from our current practice
- Changing roles/identities of staff and students
- Ways to grow collective learning and capability in our contexts
- Potential for shared learning with students
- How students can help us transform our practice
This event will take place on 20th June 2018
Arrival is from 9am
The conference will run from 10.00am-4.00pm
Who Should Attend
Anyone involved in the delivery of management education.This includes doctoral students, tutors, lecturers, adjuncts, full and part-time teaching fellows and education development colleagues
Benefits of Attendance
- Learn about innovative approaches to teaching from peers
- Structured opportunities to share your own experience
- Join and network with a community of practitioners
- Explore the practice of teaching across a wide range of themes
- Build confidence in your practice and identify practical steps for development relevant to your context.
Keynote Speaker - Rafael Ramirez
Rafael Ramirez is Director of the Oxford Scenarios Programme and the University of Oxford’s first Professor of Practice at the Saїd Business School and Green Templeton College, Oxford University.
Professor Ramirez is one of the world’s leading experts on scenario planning, having developed the Oxford Scenarios Planning Approach.He has also been one of the first scholars to develop theories on the aesthetics of business and organisation; theories that help to clarify how scenario planning can be rendered more effective.
The Oxford Scenarios programme, led by Professor Ramirez, is the winner of the 2017 BAM Education Practice Award. This award is designed to recognise individual or team initiatives that enhance management learning and education.
The University of Liverpool in London Campus
33 Finsbury Square
Paper Submission Details
Proposing a market place topic:
Proposers indicate by submitting their willingness to share an aspect of their teaching practice for discussion at a market place table (up-to 10 participants at a table).
In no more than 500 words:
- Your role, subject area and context for the practice
- What is the practice and why have you found it helpful?
- Questions you wish to ask peers for advice and/or feedback
References or website links (if any)
CfP Deadline - 5pm 11th May 2018
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com
Expected notice of confirmation: 18th May 2018
Note: There is no expectation of a formal presentation using laptops or printed papers. The intention is that there is a brief 5-minute verbal presentation with an opportunity for questions and discussion following.
From Moorgate (Northern, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Circle lines). Head North on Moorgate/Finsbury Pavement towards Old Street. From Liverpool Street station (Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Circle and Central lines and National Rail) head East on Liverpool Street. At the end of the road, turn right into Blomfield Street, then follow the road round to the left into Eldon Street. Continue along this road (it turns into South Place halfway along) and you will arrive on Finsbury Pavement. Turn right and continue for 200 yards.
From London Bridge going Northbound, use routes 21 (terminates at Finsbury Square), 43, 76 and 141. Other buses that serve the Finsbury Square and Moorgate areas are routes 100, 133, 153, 205, 214 and 271.
The aim of this more informal conference is to create with participants a learning and development space where together we can learn from each other's practice in the field management education.You are invited to come prepared to listen, share your experience and to enjoy learning conversations.
For specific information about this event please contact the workshop facilitator(s):
- Dr Mark Gatenby: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Stefan Cantore: email@example.com
- Conference Sponsor: Dr Lisa Anderson, Professor of Management Development at the University of Liverpool Management School L.Anderson@liverpool.ac.uk
For general enquiries please contact the BAM Office on +44(0)2073837770, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Lunch and refreshments included)
- Non-BAM Members rate £150
- BAM Members £95
- BAM Student attendees £60
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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
33 Finsbury Square
|BAM Student Member Fee||£ 60.00|
|BAM Ordinary Member Fee||£ 95.00|
|Non-BAM Member Fee||£ 150.00|