Case workshop, US, June 2020

Workshop: Successful Case Teaching: In-class and Online

15-16 June 2020 at Hult International Business School, Boston campus

We're sorry to confirm that due to the current worldwide situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have taken the decision to postpone this workshop until 2021.

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Are you interested in teaching with cases both in class and online? Are you looking for new and exciting ways to reinvigorate your case teaching? This two-day workshop will give fresh inspiration to your case teaching.

Overview

On day one, participants will focus on best practices for facilitating case discussions in class in this intensive and interactive hands-on teaching workshop. This session includes the opportunity to practise case teaching in a safe and supportive environment.

On day two, participants will discover how case teaching can move online. The programme will also explore how case teaching differs by audience: from undergraduates to graduates to executives.

Participants

This workshop will be of benefit to a wide audience, including those interested in:

  • using cases for teaching, in-class or online
  • reflecting on their own teaching
  • improving their case teaching and facilitation skills.

Participants may include:

  • faculty and trainers from all sectors or disciplines within management education, teaching at any level from undergraduate to executive
  • faculty and trainers from a wide range of other disciplines with some connection to or interest in management education.

Objectives

Participants will:

  • reflect on their own classroom teaching
  • understand the prerequisites for case teaching
  • practise case teaching in a safe environment
  • learn how to optimise for an online (asynchronous and synchronous) teaching setting
  • learn how to evaluate success factors for any given audience.

After the workshop participants will be able to:

  • choose appropriate cases for their students
  • lead a case teaching session with confidence in-class and online (asynchronous and synchronous)
  • structure and pace a case teaching session
  • deal with any student response – including silence
  • achieve their learning objectives in the classroom.

Tutor

Angela LeeAngela is a Professor of Practice (Finance) at Columbia Business School, New York.

Angela has extensive experience of using the case method in her teaching. In her role as Associate Dean, Innovation and Online Learning and Chief Innovation Officer, she has developed and delivered workshops for 300+ faculty around curriculum design and case teaching. Voted top three faculty by students in 2018 at Columbia, Angela has been teaching cases there for six years. View Angela's full profile 

Programme

15 June 2020

9h-12h
  • Introduction: Why use cases? What makes a good case discussion?
  • Types and characteristics of cases and their applicability in different environments.
  • Fundamentals of teaching a case session, including case selection and preparation.

12h-13h

Lunch

13h-16.30h 

  • Opening a cased-based session.
  • Guiding the discussion.
  • Participant teaching practice.

 

16 June 2020

9h-12h 

  • Translating cases to online: engagement, exercises.
  • Media training:  vocal and visual delivery.
  • Making cases evergreen and easier to refresh.

 

12h-13h

Lunch

13h-16.30h 

  • Leveraging and training teaching assistants.
  • Making students feel your presence.
  • Managing live sessions.
  • Participant action plan.

 

Please note that the programme may be subject to small changes.

Other information

Please refer to the course overview page for information about fees, the venue and accommodation.

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Please contact Kate Cook with any queries relating to this workshop.
 
Kate Cook Kate Cook
Training and Events Manager
t +44 (0)1234 756409
e kate@thecasecentre.org

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