The Challenges for Management Education in the 21st Century (General Publication)

This paper was commissioned by the Association of MBAs and is the result of a series of round table discussions held with entrepreneurs, educators and others. The paper considers how management education can and should respond to the shifting dynamics of the business world in the 21st century.

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For Social Reintegration Of Marginalised Youth (Published in the Proceedings International Conference in Computer Supported Education 2009)

This paper presents the main findings from the European Commission-funded Replay Project which developed an immersive 3D video game for addresses anti-social behaviour in students within a formal education setting.

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Within Stem Teaching As A Mechanism To Promote Student Engagement, Develop Skills And Ultimately Improve Learning Outcomes For All Types Of Students (Published in the EduLearn 2016 Proceedings)

This paper, published as part of the Newton Project, explores how gamification might be deployed within STEM teaching as a mechanism to increase student engagement, how, through gamification, the learning outcomes for students undertaking STEM subjects might be improved and what role gamification may play in supporting learning outcomes for STEM students with special educational needs.

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Collective voices on African management education, today and tomorrow (General Publication)

Commissioned by the Association of MBAs in partnership with the African Association of Business Schools, this paper sets out the current content for management education in Africa and reveals the pace of change and dynamism that business schools across Africa are witnessing.

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Conception And Development Of A European Certification Standard For The Training Of Online ‘E-Tutor’ Teachers (Published in the EduLearn 2013 Proceedings)

The aim of the Certified European e-Tutor (CET) project is to provide teachers with the opportunity to take part in systematic training, ensuring that they are able to use e-learning tools in a professional and efficient way. This paper presents the preliminary results of two pilot programmes conducted in the Czech Republic and Finland.

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