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Teaching

Teaching is a central aspect of KEDGE’s work

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Teaching

the learning experience we provide to our students is a key priority for the Faculty. Our teaching staff play a central role in the educational activities. They are the key stakeholders. 
The Faculty’s organisation of and support for learning activities is centred on three aspects which enable us to meet the challenge we have set ourselves: that of achieving educational excellence. 

Training our teaching staff 

We attach particular importance to supporting our teachers to help them boost their skills including: the development of new teaching methods, the development of new learning experiences for their students and familiarity with digital resources (Learning Mobile System, Tools, etc.)

A set of educational tools

The teaching staff are provided with a set of educational tools giving them access to educational resources to help consolidate the learning process for students (Percipio, CrossKnowledge, etc.) 

Educational innovation support

We work to support the deployment of innovations and educational projects, both financially and in terms of resources. 
Study trips for students are regularly organised by the different KEDGE programmes - (for example, as part of the MSc Innovation, Transformation & Entrepreneurship, the MSc in International Trade & Logistics, the Grande Ecole Programme , the MSc in International Business, which organises a study trip to the European Commission each year. In this way, the students have the possibility to visit different companies and to meet professionals. 

Educational Innovation Award

Educational innovation award: this award is issued during the Faculty’s convention each year to an individual having incorporated an innovative practice in his or her teaching 
In 2018, this award went to Pierre Mora, a professor of marketing who developed the Flipped Teaching concept as part of the Executive Education programme. 
In 2019, the winner of the award was Karine Goglio-Primard, a teacher-researcher in B to B marketing – Insert a link to the PDF: “Educational Innovation Award 2019” 
Another award is planned for this year, 2020. 

The year’s highlights 

  • The “educational projects” initiative: twice a year it encourages and supports initiatives from Faculty members.
  • The educational committee: once a month it deals with all subjects linked to teaching and education which emerge from the programmes, the departments and the educational management team. 
  • The Faculty conventions: twice a year these bring the whole of the teaching staff together. Together, they discuss their practices, their experiences and explore new educational and strategic ideas. 

 

 

 

 

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