McDonough School of Business to Host Seminar for Educators on the Case Method of Learning
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host “Art & Craft of Discussion Leadership: A Seminar on Participant-Centered Learning and the Case Method” on Friday, April 30, 2010.
The seminar is designed to help teaching faculty fine-tune participant-centered learning in the classroom. The program offers new instructors training in the basic skills in leading case discussions, and seasoned teachers can expect to gain higher levels of proficiency. Attendees are assigned a number of cases in advance of the program so that they may experience the method in action and participate in facilitated discussions.
The seminar will be led by William J. Bruns, Henry R. Byers professor of business administration emeritus at Harvard Business School and visiting professor of business administration at Northeastern University in Boston. The event is offered by Harvard Business Publishing.
To register, visit casemethod.hbsp.harvard.edu. The academic registration fee of $575 includes program materials, breakfast, lunch, and refreshment breaks. For more information, contact Jacqueline White, manager of higher education marketing for Harvard Business Publishing, at (617) 783-7874 or firstname.lastname@example.org.