Venue: The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction / UCL UCL at Here East | 8-9 East Bay Lane | Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park | London | E15 2GW
How can we retain both our own focus on learning and teaching whilst ensuring colleagues and our institutions make your voice heard as you shape the future of Management Education? This principal question guides our MKE Teaching Practice conference in 2023.
Theme - Your Voice: Shaping the Future of Management Education
With challenges of ensuring an excellent and inclusive student experience with successful employability outcomes against the backdrop of School re-accreditation, the REF and TEF processes, and broader concerns regarding sustainability and the impact of Brexit, how can we retain both our own focus on learning and teaching whilst ensuring colleagues and our institutions make your voice heard as you shape the future of Management Education? This principal question guides our MKE Teaching Practice conference in 2023.
At last year’s conference we explored how management education can have impact on students, peers and the wider business world, post-pandemic. Teaching and learning have the power to change lives and contribute to business success but are often swamped by other activities. If you think your institution is losing sight of its core function to educate and promote learning then what can you do?
It is not easy as an individual to influence peers and focus on what matters for learning. But as a collective we can encourage one another with powerful experiences and stories of success, helping one another when the going seems tough. Business and management schools perform many important roles, but surely none more important than teaching and learning.
This conference is designed to be interactive and supportive. We invite participants to share their experiences of how everyday practices of university teaching and learning impact the lives of their students and colleagues. The conference will be a supportive place to do this and learn from others.
We will be offering ‘market-place’ tables for conversations around key themes identified from your submissions. There will also be opportunities for sensemaking, imagining what teaching might look like in the future, exploring the changing roles of educators and students, as well as opportunities for personal action-planning.
The intention is that this day of learning and networking will support you as practitioners, educators and as ‘academics’ to grow one or more communities of practice. Our vision is to meet needs for practice development across management education in a way that is inclusive, practical and highly engaging.
Publishing is though also a key aspect of our scholarly practice. This conference is therefore designed to support you by creating a space for discussion and reflection on how we can transform our practice while contributing potential publications. This will be an opportunity to meet the editor of a management knowledge and education journal, who will provide insights into the process of publishing your education innovations and of selecting the appropriate channels through which to do this. With peer support you will explore how you might convert your innovations into a research article that joins your chosen journal’s/outlet’s current conversation. It is intended that all participants will leave with a publishing action plan.
Please find below a video introduction to the Teaching Practice Conference
Benefits of attending
At the 2023 BAM MKE Teaching Practice conference we will:
- Invite you to share learning from your practice that will encourage colleagues
- Learn from each other about what works in keeping learning and teaching front and centre and sharing your voice
- Develop ideas and plans for having more influence in your work
- Develop an action plan to publish your education innovations
- Be inspired by our speakers and inspire one another through facilitated networking
There will be opportunities to explore how we can influence others in relation to learning and teaching. At the end of the day, you will leave with plenty of ideas about developing your own practice and added confidence to actively influence your colleagues and institutions.
The conference will take in London at the location below:
The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction / UCL UCL at Here East | 8-9 East Bay Lane | Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park | London | E15 2GW
Payment for the event must be received before the start date of the event concerned. Access will not be permitted to the event if full payment has not been received.
Cancellations received within 14 days of booking your place on the event will receive a full refund.
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Although we endeavour to run all events as advertised, BAM reserves the right to cancel any event if, for example, there are not enough people to justify running the event or if other significant unforeseen circumstances arise. Please be aware that delegates are always responsible for ensuring their own travel and accommodation against cancellation, and the British Academy of Management is not able to reimburse anyone for these under any circumstances.
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