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Join us for another incredible year of the MOC Division's Teaching in the Rough!

  • 1.  Join us for another incredible year of the MOC Division's Teaching in the Rough!

    Posted 06-04-2024 10:52

    Are you interested in learning about concrete, interactive exercises and activities that you can put to use right away in your in-person and online classes? Please join us at AOM for Teaching in the Rough!

    We have a great line-up of expert faculty who will be sharing a diverse set of ideas and topics including on using AI in your classes, encouraging individual identity in online courses, creative video assignments, vicarious learning and crowdsourcing, and so much more. Participants will get to actively participate in on three 25-minute round-table sessions with different expert facilitators who discuss their classroom-tested exercise/activity.

    This year's facilitators include: 

    -Tyler Burch - If It's Broke, Fix It: Employing Ongoing, Creative Change when Teaching

    -Emily Campion - Using Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom: Opportunities for You and Your Students

    -Jennifer L. Eury - Encouraging Individual Identity in Online Courses

    -Rachel Hammond - Lights, Camera, Action: Transformative Learning Through Creative Video Assignments

    -Kathy Lund Dean - Vicarious Learning and Crowdsourcing for your Stickiest Teaching and Learning Issues

    -Nydia MacGregor - Tower Design Competition and Application of the VRIO Framework for Strategic Decisions

    -Kumaran Rajaram - Leading with Cultural Intelligence in Teaching and Learning

    -Payal Sharma - Integrating Mind-Body Wellness into Leadership


    Anyone who teaches, experienced or new, is invited to attend – and bring a friend. No preregistration is required. 


    Saturday August 10, 9:45 AM - 11:45 AM


    Sheraton Hotel, Ontario



    We look forward to seeing you all in Chicago! 

    Hooria Jazaieri, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University

    Lillien Ellis, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia

    Elizabeth Sheprow, Harvard Business School

    Hooria Jazaieri
    Assistant Professor of Management
    Department of Management & Entrepreneurship
    Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University
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