AIB SIG Webinar: Teaching Innovations Within the AIB Community

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Date & Time: 18 January 2024, 15:00 UTC (View Local Time)

Hosts: AIB Teaching and Education Shared Interest Group

Point of Contact: Margaret Fletcher (

Event Recording Access: Current AIB members will be able to access a recording of this event in the “AIB Video Archive” section of our login portal. New webinar recordings are typically posted within five business days of the original event date.

Event Overview: This webinar features the five finalists for the AIB Teaching & Innovation Shared Interest Group’s (AIB T&E SIG’s) Teaching Innovation Award 2023. The finalists’ teaching innovations were selected through the highly competitive two-round review and the award for the winner was granted at the AIB conference in Warsaw. This webinar opens the opportunity to hear about outstanding teaching practices in the field of IB, become familiar with the teaching innovation typology, and become inspired to innovate and seek teaching excellence, further strengthening the IB educator and learner community.

About the Award: The AIB T&E SIG’s Teaching Innovation Award is granted every two years. The award celebrates excellent educators in the AIB community, recognizes innovative teaching approaches, and provides an opportunity to engage AIB membership in discussions of teaching excellence. The awards feature innovative teaching tools, course designs, teaching methods or practices that positively impact students.  The award considers the scale or scope of the innovation, the level of innovativeness of the project, demonstrated positive effects on learning, and the idea’s adaptability to different contexts in the wide area of international business.


Filip De Beule, University of Leuven, Belgium

Mourad Dakhli, Georgia State University, USA

Cerar, Jelena, WU Vienna, Austria

Narentheren Kaliappen, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malayisa

Maxim Grib, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Laura Kirste,  Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany


Margaret Fletcher, University of Glasgow, Scotland