Transfer of experiential and innovative teaching m..
Transfer of experiential and innovative teaching methods for business education
The Lisbon European Council in March 2000 set a strategic goal for Europe to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world. The Lisbon conclusions stressed the central role of education and training as the main instrument to increase human capital. Most of the managers are only partially satisfied with the training of the employees. The main reason why employers consider training as not sufficiently effective is - lack of Training institutions capable to carry out effective training; Inability to apply new knowledge in practice; lack of employee interest, etc. Analyzing so far available materials and good practices of a number of training providers the most effective methods for diminishing the gap between theory and practice is “Case” teaching method, used by a number best known schools all over the world. However case teaching method is still an innovation to be transferred to CEEC.The specific project aim is to embed case teaching method within Consortium business education through enhancing trainers’ competencies to write and teach using case method.Overall aim is – to transfer and develop experiential and innovative teaching methods contributing to the quality of business education.
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