Tackling the tough teaching problems: Fully online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face teaching in a COVID world. Friday November 20th 10am EST (4pm CET)
Are you worried about having to teach online for the first time? Do you have burning questions about what pitfalls to expect and how to avoid them? Are you wondering whether teaching in a COVID world provides a unique opportunity to refresh your course but are you unsure how to go about it? Then this workshop may be for you!
The STR Division is excited to announce our teaching workshop: Tackling the tough teaching problems: Fully online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face teaching in a COVID world.
The workshop brings together Strategy scholars to discuss, in the form of a conversation, their experiences of teaching in four formats in the COVID world: Fully online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face. We examine several topics relevant to each teaching format to provide workshop participants with first-hand accounts and advice for how not only to survive a new teaching format, but how to make it good…and hopefully great.
The following scholars will be sharing their experiences: Russ Coff (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Tammy Madsen (University of Santa Clara); Mahka Moeen (University of North Carolina); and Charlie Williams (Bocconi University).
These scholars will be joined in conversation by members of the STR teaching committee: Giada Di Stefano (Bocconi University); Henning Piezunka (INSEAD); and John Mawdsley (HEC Paris).
We hope you will join us for our conversation on Friday November 20th 10am EST (4pm CET). Registration is free.
Please register by using this Registration Link by Friday November 13th. Participants are asked to complete a short survey at registration and will be sent a Zoom meeting link prior to the workshop.
STR Teaching Committee
Giada Di Stefano, Jennifer Knippen, John Mawdsley, Peter Murmann, Vijaya “Vi” Narapareddy, Henning Piezunka, with John Joseph