Innovative Curriculum Conference

March 8–11, 2021 | Virtual Conference

2021 Innovative Curriculum Conference | AACSB

Assessing Learners' Success

March 8–11, 2021 | Virtual Conference 

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Assessment and Curriculum Office Hours exclusively to those who register by the early bird deadline of February 15. Office Hours are 30 minute, one-one meetings that allow a space for attendees to meet and talk through challenges specific to their institution with an Assessment or Curriculum subject matter expert. Spots are limited and will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

As the higher education landscape becomes more challenging to navigate, business schools struggle to demonstrate excellence and stand out among peer institutions. The Innovative Curriculum Conference will provide new and fresh ideas to innovate business school curricula while offering best practices for successful assessment and continuous improvement.

A diverse range of schools will share strategies for effective assurance of learning and insights for overcoming an environment of intense competition, financial constraints, employer expectations, multiple accreditors, virtual program delivery and diverse technologies. Together, we will think strategically about questions of purpose, positioning, program design and gain guidance through the curriculum redesign and program assessment processes. With so much emphasis on what is next, it is imperative for b-school curricula to focus on the future. 


 

FEATURED SESSION

Tawnya Means

Leveraging Pandemic Experiences to Teach in a Changed World

The pandemic has created a fundamental shift in the way educators teach and learners' experience. Join this session as speakers dive into John Kotter's 8-step process for leading change. By implementing this process, learn how you can leverage the recent pandemic experiences to develop ideas for curriculum and facilities within your business school.

Speakers:

  • Tawnya S. Means, Assistant Dean and Director, Teaching and Learning Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Sharon Lydon, Associate Dean and Executive Director, MBA Program, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Newark/New Brunswick

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Faculty, department chairs, associate deans, deans, and those involved with faculty development, in charge of an institution's assurance of learning programs, new to assessment, experienced in assessment, and working on obtaining or extending AACSB Accreditation at their school.

 
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