Innovative Business School Teaching showcases the latest pedagogic innovations that actively engage the millennial generation in learning within the business domain. In the context of the contemporary macro issues facing higher education, this book presents the latest teaching practices and tools used in higher education business teaching, clearly illustrating the practical ways in which business teachers can confront current pedagogic challenges. All of the contributors to this edited book have outstanding track records in teaching, having won national and international awards for teaching excellence, as well as publishing widely on pedagogy. Best practice teaching from multiple jurisdictions across a broad spectrum of business schools is represented. Each contributor shares their innovative teaching tools and techniques in a manner that emphasises how these tools can be adapted to other contexts, thus providing readers with an invaluable teaching resource.
1. Introduction Elaine Doyle, Patrick Buckley and Conor Carroll Part I: Large Group Teaching 2. Introduction to Large Group Teaching Patrick Buckley 3. Keeping Everyone Engaged: The Challenges and Opportunities of Large Group Teaching Helena Lenihan and Sarah Moore 4. Engaging Large Groups of Individual Learners through an Online Environment: An Emerging i-Learner Generation? Fran Myers, Mike Phillips, Paul Raby and Carey Stephens 5. Prediction Markets in Management Courses: Opportunities and Challenges Dorit Geifman and Daphne R. Raban Part II: Dynamic Learning Environments 6. Introduction to Dynamic Learning Environments Conor Carroll 7. Encouraging Enquiry Based Learning: A Ten-Sentence Case that Expands Itself Kristina Maiksteniene 8. The Live Case Study Approach in Business Education Peter Daly 9. Authentic Assessment – Key to learning Grace McCarthy 10. The Worst Day of My Life: The Future Leaders’ Experience Jon Teckman Part III: Critical Thinking 11. Introduction to Critical Thinking Patrick Buckley 12. ‘The Game Is Afoot!’- Playing the Sleuth in Creative Problem-Solving Performances by Business Economics Students Daniel Blackshields and Marian McCarthy 13. Action Based Learning for Millennials: Using Design Thinking to Improve Entrepreneurship Education Blaž Zupan, Anja Svetina Nabergoj, Rok Stritar and Mateja Drnovšek 14. Enquiry Based Feedback Andy Adcroft Part IV: Ethical Citizenship 15.Introduction to Ethical Citizenship Elaine Doyle 16. Actively Engaging Learners in Exploring Business Ethics Michael K. McCuddy 17. Articulating Competence – Insight in Business Education through Social Entrepreneurship Therese Moylan 18. Live Projects - Bringing Learning to Life for Contemporary Marketing Students Deirdre O’Loughlin 19. Making Play Work: Classroom Use of a Board Game to Teach Corporate Social Responsibility Sheila Killian and John Lannon 20. Conclusion Patrick Buckley, Elaine Doyle and Conor Carroll
Management and business studies are firmly established as a popular, important and significant area of study in the academic world. Bringing together theories and thought from a wide range of disciplines, this series features cutting -edge research addressing all the major issues in business and management today, helping to define and advance the field.