In this episode, we explore the complex world of teaching and learning by looking at the problems that higher education institutions face as they try to teach knowledge and train future managers.
In today's episode, we will explore what Communities of Practice are and share the fascinating insights and perspectives they can offer, especially for international university projects.
In this episode of Managing Around, I will give you a glimpse of how intercultural competencies are relevant to social work management.
This episode of Managing Around will give you a glimpse of what the virtual exchange between our universities can offer.
In this episode, I will first introduce you to the project IN-TOUR and share how we developed different courses that will commence next month and should help students of tourism and event management to plan for more inclusive offers and services.
This new episode explores this question and discusses, first and foremost, what digital leadership includes, secondly, how it is relevant for social work institutions, and, thirdly, how social work managers can adapt to this ever-changing situation.
The aim of this episode is to provide practical advice on how to make university-practice partnerships work in your next projects.
In this podcast, I will give a brief summary of the most intriguing results. We will start with a description of the study background and methodology to analyse critical teaching and learning situations.
This episode will go under the surface of feeling stupidity as a teacher in class and suggests four strategies of being productively stupid in your teaching.