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Wednesday, 27 January 2021
9:00am-9:30am
(Zoom 100)
10:00am-11:30am
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Utilizing Virtual Reality For Engaging StudentsShalini Gopalkrishnan, Menlo; Nicole Jackson, University of san francisco Reflections On Remote Teaching of Business Master's Programme During Covid-19 Lockdown: Implications For Post-Covid-19 Times.Patricia Hubbard, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Hanoku Bathula, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Deepika Jindal, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Xingang Wang, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Andrew Eberhard, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Scaffolding The Cultivation of Evidence-Based PracticeBronte van der Hoorn, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
12:00pm-1:00pm
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The Blindfolded Obstacle Course In A Blended Zoom and Bricks & Mortar (hybrid) ClassroomEric Nelson, University of Central Missouri, United States; Andrea Dieckman, University of Central Missouri, United States; Joe West, University of Central Missouri, United States; Jessica Howe, University of Central Missouri, United States Faculty Stressors During Covid-19 and Civil UnrestRebecca Evan, Metropolitan State University, United States; Crystal Fashant, Metropolitan State University, United States; Denise E Williams, Metropolitan State University, United States; Carol Bormann Young, Metropolitan State University, United States; Marcia Hagen, Metropolitan State University, United States Exploring Transformational and Pseudo-Transformational Leadership With Three Leader ExamplesKristi Tyran, Western Washington University, United States; Tracey Sigler, The Citadel, United States
1:30pm-2:30pm
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How do We Pursue Professional Development For (female) Leadership In Times of Crisis?Heather Stewart, Griffith University, Australia; Deborah Delaney, University of Tasmania, Australia Exercises For Teaching Organizational ChangeJiunwen Wang, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore; Ivy Chia, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore ‘Yes, But … Yes, and …’: A Teamwork Game For Problem-Based Peer LearningLeanne Piggott, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; Janis Wardrop, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Thursday, 28 January 2021
8:00am-9:00am
(Zoom 100)Rethinking Undergraduate Induction Week 2020: High Engagement When Fully OnlineClive Holtham, The Business School (formerly Cass); City, University of London, United Kingdom; Martin Rich, The Business School (formerly Cass); City, University of London, United Kingdom; Sylvia Malo, The Business School (formerly Cass); City, University of London, United Kingdom
9:10am-10:40am
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Why Don’T My Digitally Capable Students Use Better Information?...embedding Information Literacy To Enhance Student Learning.Patricia Hubbard, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Dr. Angela Feekery, Massey University, New Zealand Virtual Action Learning To Enhance Student Engagement - An Example of Application At The Postgraduate LevelDavid Rosenbaum, National Institute of Management and Commerce, Australia; Elizabeth More, StudyGroup Australasia, Australia Engaging A Growth Mindset: Harnessing Assessment Feedback To Engage Students In LearningLynn Gribble, Univeristy of NSW, Australia; Janis Wardrop, University of NSW, Australia
10:45am-11:45am
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Learning Team Leadership Skills Through SimulationsLili Mi, Griffith University, Australia Sharing Institutional and Individual Responses To Promote Faculty Well-Being During The Covid-19 PandemicMarissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia; Adam Pervez, Mississippi State University Meridian, United States; Kevin D. Lo, University of San Francisco, United States; Erin Gallagher, University of Queensland, Australia Building A Community of Teaching AcademicsJanis Wardrop, UNSW Business School, UNSW SYDNEY, Australia; Leanne Piggott, UNSW SYDNEY, Australia
12:00pm-12:30pm
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The Evolving Role of Academic Development In Improving Effective Teaching: Reflections On Teaching During Covid 19 Lockdown.Hanoku Bathula, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Hamish Cowan, The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Radhika Kumar, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand; Sean Sturm, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Impact of Student Learning Motivation On Behaviours, Experiences and Performance In Online Discussion BoardJiunwen Wang, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore; Ivy Chia, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore
1:00pm-2:00pm
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The Love/hate Relationship of Group AssignmentsJessica Yustantio, Australia Imagery and Metaphor - Engaging Undergraduates In Responsibility For Their Own LearningElyssebeth Leigh, UTS, Australia
2:15pm-2:45pm
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Friday, 29 January 2021
9:00am-10:30am
(Zoom 100)Meet The Editors of The Management Teaching ReviewTracey Sigler, The Citadel, United States; Jane Schmidt-Wilk, Maharishi International University, United States; Paul Donovan, Maynooth University, Ireland; Melissa Fender, Rutgers University-Camden, United States; Lisa Stickney, University of Baltimore, United States; Neal Ashkanasy, University of Queensland, Australia
11:00am-1:30pm
(Zoom 100)Journal of Management Education (placeholder #1)Jennifer Leigh, Nazareth College, United States; Marissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia; Kathy Lund Dean, Gustavus Adolphus College, United StatesJournal of Management Education (placeholder #2)Jennifer Leigh, Nazareth College, United States; Marissa Edwards, University of Queensland, Australia; Kathy Lund Dean, Gustavus Adolphus College, United States

 


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