Teaching/Learning: Developing Multi-stakeholder Collaboration Mindsets and Capabilities for Poverty Alleviation and Advancement of the UN 2030 Agenda
Paper session focused on student learning
Papers that illustrate how to develop multi-stakeholder mindsets and capabilities for the UN 2030 Agenda and poverty through responsible management education and leadership development are suitable for this track. In addition, various innovative pedagogical methods, such as action learning activities, use of multi-/cross-disciplinary faculty teams, curricular/program/course change strategies, involvement of stakeholders as learning partners, are welcome for this session.
Case studies illustrating creative classroom approaches to poverty alleviation, SDGs and responsible management and leadership development, as well as other innovations in teaching, can also be submitted for this session.
The sessions are designed for maximum interaction, discussion and mutual learning. They will provide presenters with valuable feedback for further improving their respective research, publishing and teaching opportunities and practices.
Session Chair: Al Rosenbloom; Co-chairs: Carole Parkes & Milenko Gudić
Research Session Presentations:
"A role play activity executed at Goa Institute of Management in Social Responsibility and Action Course", by Divya Singhal (Goa Institue of Management)
"Exploring pedagogical approaches for the development of students key competences for sustainable development: Sustainability as a path to students' future employability", by Karin Alm & Maria Melén (Faculty of Business, Kristianstad University)
"Introducing UN SDGs into curriculum by teaching Model United Nations", by Anna-Theresia Krein (Brunswick European Law School)
"Learning by Doing. experiential learning through engaging with the third sector", by Jana Filosof and Ekaterina Murzacheva (University of Hertforshire)