Develop your Teaching Practice through Cases
An interactive online workshop, 10:00-13:00, 12 February
This practical workshop will demonstrate how case teaching can be used by business & management educators to deliver impactful learning. Led by Dr Scott Andrews of Worcester Business School the workshop will benefit both those with limited knowledge of case teaching and more experienced case teachers who would like to sharpen their case teaching skills.
By the end of the workshop participants will:
- Have a stronger understanding of how case teaching benefits students learning outcomes
- Feel more confident in including case teaching in their own teaching practice
- Have picked up useful hints and tips on best case teaching practice from the facilitator and fellow attendees
About CMBE Events
Our series of CMBE Events are open to all educators. They have been designed with CMBEs in mind, to support them achieve their professional development goals.
By attending this event, CMBEs can claim up to 3 units (hours) towards their annual CPD commitment.
10:00 Welcome and a short introduction to the case method
10:20 Practical case teaching
11:30 Debrief on the case teaching session and exploration of best practice and common pitfalls of case teaching
12:30 Moving the case method online
12:45 Q&A and closing remarks
This workshop is open to both members and non-members of the Chartered ABS.
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About the CMBE
The CMBE gives business and management educators a recognised professional designation and a framework for continuous professional development. The scheme supports educators to further develop their teaching practice and helps to advance the quality of business and management education in higher education.
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- The CMBE designation after your name
- Support for your continuing professional development
- A framework to support your future career development
- Access a community and opportunities to contribute to knowledge
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Already a CMBE? Meeting your CPD commitment
If you're a CMBE, you can claim 2.5 hours (units) towards your CPD commitment by attending this event.
Find out more about meeting your CPD commitment here, and view the CPD activities table here.
Dr Scott Andrews
Head of Marketing & Enterprise Department, and Principal Lecturer & Course Leader Executive Education, Worcester Business School
Scott Andrews is a Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Head of Department for Marketing and Enterprise at the University of Worcester’s Business School; where he is also Programme Leader for Executive Education. Previously, he worked at Cardiff University's Centre for Lifelong Learning, UK, and on the MBA programme at the Open University Business School, UK. He received his PhD from Bristol and his MSc, MBA and PRINCE2 qualifications from the University of Wales, UK; more recently he has been appointed a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Scott particularly focuses on Leadership, Project Management, International Marketing and Organisational Strategy, and has worked with organisations including the World Bank, Bulgarian
Chamber of Commerce, World Health Organisation, Wales Audit Office, Thai Institute of Directors and the Church of England. His use of the case method has been incorporated into programmes in Central and Eastern Europe. A keen case writer, Scott has published several cases and teaching notes. He runs an educational training consultancy practice and has been a workshop tutor for The Case Centre since 1996, with experience of delivering case teaching and writing workshops to private, public sector, academic and corporate clients from across Europe, Africa, Asia, USA and Australia.
Workshop supporter: The Case Centre
The Case Centre is the independent home of the case method. A not-for-profit organisation and registered charity, we advance the case method worldwide to inspire and transform business education across the globe. Access to diverse management cases, articles, book chapters and instructor materials available worldwide is provided at www.thecasecentre.org, and includes facilities to search, preview and purchase for instant download. The Case Centre also offers many services to support the writing and teaching of cases including training, scholarships, awards and case method materials. The Case Centre’s distribution service allows authors to make their cases available to a global audience.