Nonverbal Communication Workshop

The Adjunct and Visiting Faculty at IE Business School celebrated the Nonverbal Communication Workshop for adjunct and visiting professors during May 14th, 21th and 28th. Some of the main objectives of this course were that participants could identify the state of mind that the students bring to the classroom, Auto-Explore what we transmit as trainers, Identify: limiting…

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Our Professors’ Comments

Participant-Centered Learning Workshop The Participant Centered Learning Workshop was held on April 6, 13 and 20, having the modules: Teaching Plan and the Learning Contract, Feedback and Class Participation, and Diversity Management.  Some of our professors shared their experience with us:  “It has helped me know myself better and be more confident”, Cristina Trullols, Finance. “Overall I…

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Workshop on Participant- Centered Learning for Professors in Segovia

Date: June 8, 9 and 10, 2010 Location: IE University-Segovia. Classroom: 224 and Sala Capitular Time: 9:00 to 18:00 hours Language: Spanish The next month will take place the second  Participation Centered Learning Workshop for professors of IE University and other schools of Segovia. This course is oriented to participant centered learning in the context of…

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TURNITIN COURSES

Dear professors, Turnitin will be offering a basic online training related to this anti-plagiarism software (including creating classes and assignments, enrolling students, submitting work and interpreting the Originality Report). The first English session will be held on Wednesday 21st April at 3.15pm (BST, GDT). Link to join meeting:  https://nlearning.webex.com/nlearning/j.php?ED=142346067&UID=0&PW=NNDNmMjhmODM0&RT=MTgjMjE%3D Meeting Number: 705 667 284 Meeting…

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DRAMATIC RESOURCES

DRAMATIC RESOURCES Place: C/ Maria de Molina 7, Classroom: D-101 Date: April 19, from 16:00h – 20:00h Language: English Professor: Richard Hahlo Classroom Presence is a half-day seminar for business school professors and other faculty members that focuses on maximising their impact in the classroom. Drawing on techniques from theatre and performance, the work is…

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