These are strange days, turning our world upside down.
And one of the areas where this is having a huge impact is in how we carry out teaching and coaching. Where before the discussion of things like ‘flipped learning’ and the use of different models, tools and technologies to support creating an alternative learning experience was ‘interesting’ it has now become a necessity. We need to move fast into the (for many of us) strange new world of online learning.
This webinar is designed to help with the transition. It will look into the challenges and opportunities in using an online/blended learning approach to innovation management teaching and coaching, drawing on a variety of experience in several universities in the UK and Germany.
Online learning isn’t simply about standing in front of a camera and delivering a lecture as usual with students doing some follow up work of their own. We need to think about how to (re) package learning materials, to think about how to use contact time differently, to explore new ways of relating to students outside the physical classroom. So in the webinar, we’ll explore some of these key themes and look at ways to make the transition easier. And we’ll introduce a wide range of support resources which you can adapt to suit your own specific needs and context.
What can you expect to take away from the webinar?
An understanding of where, when and how online approaches might help in teaching/coaching innovation.
An opportunity to share experiences and discover useful tips and tricks to help deliver training in new ways.
An introduction to the wide range of support resources – video, audio, cases, activities and games, tools, etc. – which we have been developing (a chance to go shopping in the ‘Innovation Supermarket’).