Come along to our MKE Teaching Practice Conference to share good practice and be part of the community in a supportive and hands-on open space. The theme of the Conference is ‘A Brave New World: Management Education in the Post-Covid Era’.
The pandemic has forced a massive shift away from learning and teaching in traditional settings with physical interactions. It is evident that we cannot return to the world as it was before. However, with challenges, opportunities emerge. The MKE Conference aims to encourage business and management educators to reflect on their learning and teaching in the post-Covid era. What are the lessons learnt during the pandemic and how can we build on this?
We invite submissions that draw upon theories and concepts from a variety of disciplines, as well as abstracts that explore contextual factors and conditions surrounding the theme. Topics such as blended and authentic assessments, student engagement, student wellbeing and resilience educators, learning and teaching technologies etc should provide insights to the theme. You are welcome to propose your own topic and not limited to the topics highlighted above.
We very much welcome everyone from early, mid and advanced practitioners including those of you who have entered for or won teaching awards to come and share your work.
Please find below a video introduction to the Teaching Practice Conference
The Conference has been kindly hosted by Birkbeck, University of London.
Call for Abstracts
We invite colleagues to submit a 600-word abstract that will examine new directions for learning and teaching in the post-Covid era. It is important that we examine various perspectives that can reshape pedagogy in business schools. We especially seek empirical work, both quantitative and qualitative as well as conceptual, theory building and reviews that fit the theme.
The submission deadline is 12:00 on Friday 20th May 2022. Please submit via the link below:
While colleagues are welcome to join the conference without submitting an abstract, you will get more from the conference if you do. As places are limited, priority will be given to those who have their abstract accepted. We very much hope that you will join us for this event, and we look forward to receiving your abstracts.
Benefits of attending
- Networking with fellow experts in business management education.
- Exchanging best practices developed for online and digital environments and increasing collaboration opportunities.
- Identify ways to address key opportunities and challenges in teaching and scholarship.
- The Conference supports the development of ‘Education Practice’ competencies across all three bands - Early Career, Mid-Career and Advanced Career.
- BAM Member Fee - £90
- Non-Member Fee - £180
Registrations close on Wednesday 8th June 2022 at 16:00 BST.