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Classroom Improvement

Interested in learning about the most effective approaches to teaching Executive MBA students? Want to enhance your classroom presence or charisma?

Tap into an expert council resource by providing the Teaching Effectiveness for Faculty workshop. The council launched this professional development opportunity for faculty who teach in Executive MBA Programs.

It covers discovery learning techniques, presentation clarity, and course design and objectives. It focuses on ways to succeed in teaching executive and professional MBA students. It offers powerful tools that faculty can use to bolster their classroom performance.

And it’s taught by a true expert: Dr. Harvey Brightman. Regents Professor of Decision Sciences at Georgia State University, Brightman presents five critical factors – organization and presentation clarity, stimulation of interest, relevance of subject, and effective in-class discussion. His own resume includes:

  • Co-director of Georgia State University’s Master Teacher Program
  • Winner of numerous teaching and service awards
  • Trainer of more than 500 faculty from more than 150 colleges

Schedule the course on your own campus for a full day to two-and-a-half days. Please note that class size is limited to 35 participants. The workshop can accommodate a maximum of 50 participants for an extra charge of $65 per participant after the initial 35 participants.

Whether your faculty member is an academic newcomer, seasoned veteran, or somewhere in between, this workshop will help your faculty enhance their academic value and empower them for long-term success. For more information or to schedule a workshop, contact:

Michael Desiderio
Phone: 480.584.3046
Email: michael@emba.org

 
     
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