FIVE DAY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
‘TEACHING THROUGH BUSINESS SIMULATION’ 27TH – 31 ST JULY 2020 , 10 AM TO 4 PM
Business Simulations allow students to experiment with business strategies, test business ideas, and experience the consequences of their actions in a virtual business environment. Students are enabled to apply the theoretical knowledge they learn in your class and make strategic and tactical business decisions in the game. They would be able develop and deliver the right and critical skills to succeed in today’s business world.
Prior to the students’ utility of the simulations for their learning and course credit purposes, the faculty is provided with hands on training experience of the simulations.
The teaching methodology behind the Marketplace business games was created by Dr. Ernest Cadotte, Fisher Professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. It has been developed and advanced based upon the learning experience of over three decades.
Marketplace Simulation Software will be used for this training program. As the simulations are challenge based, the faculty team performing the best would be adjudged
as Winners with a winner’s certificate along with a certificate of participation for other participants.
The Faculty Development Program is conceived & formulated with the following objectives:
Understand Simulation Pedagogy to integrate in the Management Programs
Know ‘what drives the student’s learning process and how simulation helps’
Learn Instructor’s Role in teaching through business simulation Illustrate methodology and details to deliver the course Experience Business Simulation by playing the role of a learner
For any query feel free to contact
Dr. Sima Kumari
Professor & Dean