How is This Event Structured?
The professional development workshop is structured to include the following programming:
Interactive Session 1: Foundations of Teaching Case Writing
Facilitator: Marleen Dieleman, National University of Singapore
In this portion of the session, Marleen Dieleman will overview the case method, discuss best practices from conceptualization, case design, writing, teaching, and publishing. The session is designed to provide knowledge and stimulate discussion with small activities for idea creation.
Illustrative Session 2: Lessons to share: Working with companies when writing a teaching case from the primary data
Facilitator: Aušrinė Šilenskytė, University of Vaasa
In this brief presentation, Aušrinė Šilenskytė will share her hard-earned knowledge based on experiences of working with companies when writing a teaching case. By presenting insights and challenges, participants gain a greater understanding of how to anticipate and navigate potential issues, and make the most of the symbiotic relationship between the client organization and researcher.
Round Table Workshop
Using discussion-based small group and facilitator lead exercises, participants will further develop ideas for cases connected to themes, topics, and learning objectives. Ample opportunities for collaboration, networking, and idea-sharing will be provided. Facilitators will move through the tables providing prompts and feedback.
Illustrative Session 3: Mini-Cases for teaching IB
Facilitator: Miguel Ignacio Cordova, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
In this portion of the session, Dr. Cordova will overview the AIB T&E SIG Mini-Case model and share the opportunity to contribute mini-cases within the AIB community through this channel.