CMBE Example Submissions

CMBEs have provided examples of the CPD they have been undertaking. View them below:

Design of learning and teaching

Undergraduates and Cases: Transform your Teaching - Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean (Education, Professor of Business Education) King's Business School

Scholarly outputs specific to developing educational practice

LTSE presentation on personalising supports for students in UK HE - Mary Crossan, Senior Lecture, School of Strategy and Leadership, Coventry Business School

Pedagogic publication: Seeing the Unseen: Visualizing Organizational Culture in the Classroom - Dr Kate Black, Associate Professor, Newcastle Business School

Event participation

Chartered ABS LTSE 2019 Conference Attendance - Sara Bird, Faculty Academic Director for Learning Teaching and Assessment Innovation, Bristol Business School

King’s Business School Education Symposium - Jack Fosten, Lecturer in Economics, King’s Business School

Imparting knowledge specific to practice

Presenting at 13th Excellence in Teaching Conference - Jack Fosten, Lecturer in Economics, King’s Business School

KBS Education Symposium - Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean (Education, Professor of Business Education) King's Business School

Qualification studies

Ed.D studies - Educational doctorate ongoing - Mary Crossan, Senior Lecture, School of Strategy and Leadership, Coventry Business School

PFHEA application - Dr Kate Black, Associate Professor, Newcastle Business School

Reflection and development

Senior Fellow AdvanceHE - Dr Hannah-Louise Holmes, Head of Department, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Chartered ABS Leaders in Learning & Teaching Development Programme - Sara Bird, Faculty Academic Director for Learning Teaching and Assessment Innovation, Bristol Business School

Training programme participation

Chartered ABS Deans and Directors Development Programme (3DP) 2019 -Dr Hannah-Louise Holmes, Head of Department, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Chartered ABS Leaders in Learning & Teaching Development Programme - Sara Bird, Faculty Academic Director for Learning Teaching and Assessment Innovation, Bristol Business School