Course on Cases as a Pedagogical Tool @ IIM Kozhikode [April 22-29]: Registrations Open
About the Course
One pedagogical approach to increase student engagement and learning is case-based teaching, which has been in use for several decades in leading management institutions around the world mostly at the Master’s level (typically in MBA or equivalent programs). There is a need for introducing case-based teaching at the Bachelor’s level as well so that students have the opportunity to develop the skill of knowledge application earlier in their careers.
Although professors can use cases prepared by others around the world, many such cases may not resonate with students for a variety of reasons. Thus there is an opportunity for professors to develop their own cases based on local organizations, local situation, and local developments such as the recent introduction of Section 135 in the Companies Act (2013) which mandates corporate social responsibility (CSR)
A: Teaching with cases
B: Developing cases for pedagogical use
- you are a faculty member at an academic institution offering programs leading to B.Comm, M.Comm, BBA, MBA or PhD
- you are a post-graduate student (Masters, M.Phil, PhD, FPM) interested in teaching/learning and/or intending to pursue an academic career.
Participants from abroad : US $500
Industry/ Research Organizations: ₹ 30,000
Academic Institutions: ₹ 10,000
The above fee include all instructional materials, computer use for tutorials and assignments, laboratory equipment usage charges, 24 hour free internet facility. Participants will be provided with accommodation on payment basis.
Mobile: +91-99476 53367
For Official Link, click here.
About the Author