FDP 2021 AN INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGIES FOR TEACHING IN MANAGEMENTPosts by JSB
Jaipuria School of Business hosted a Faculty Development Program (FDP) 2021 on “Innovative Pedagogies for Teaching in Management.”
Dr. R Srinivasan, Professor of Strategy at IIM Bangalore, facilitated the workshop.
The program’s goal was to improve the competencies required for high-quality teaching and research. The first session took place on August 8, 2021.
The study of innovative teaching methods explains how these innovations affect the teaching process. Curriculum work, teaching staff competency, development, teaching and learning materials, and support and promotion of students’ learning are all examples of pedagogical management.
Innovative Pedagogies for Teaching in Management has the practical approach:
- Inquiry-Based Learning
In the first session, Dr. Srinivasan presented some digital tools and platforms that can be useful while teaching, particularly in hybrid learning. He discussed the skill of making a lecture more fascinating and the crucial parameters to remember. Dr. Srinivasan mainly emphasized the importance of quality and the traits of a good instructor. He also discussed the method for producing a course outline in depth. The event was interactive, focusing on the most up-to-date skills, tactics, and tools for running effective and result-oriented classroom sessions.
He explains the importance of pedagogy for FDP 2021. Before choosing a pedagogy, one must always think of these four criteria:
- Does context matter?
- Is the relationship between actions and outcomes specific?
- Is it a skill/application/knowledge/realization?
- Can we classify it as rule-based or judgment-based?
He also emphasized a few critical components of innovative education involve in FDP 2021. Students need to assess whether they are gaining knowledge from their course curriculum or not. He also explains the course’s purpose and place within the program. Faculty should mainly create assessments so that they can track the progress of students’ learning. The last and most crucial point is the feedback. It contains all information on what students were supposed to learn as well as what they learned.