Date: Tuesday 26 September
Location: WF702, AUT City Campus
This workshop is focused on highlighting practical tools and techniques for introducing discussions of gender (and more broadly critical approaches) to the classroom.
The session will include:
Suzette Dyer, Senior Lecturer, Human Resource Management, Waikato Management School
Suzette has 20 years of teaching experience in the gender, diversity and critical management studies space. During this time, she has developed numerous experiential exercises and classroom activities to introduce these issues to the business classroom. She has also researched the impact of these activities on students, having published a number of articles in high ranking journals, including Academy of Management Learning and Education, Gender & Education, and Journal of Management Education.
Fiona Hurd, Lecturer, International Business, AUT
Fiona has experience teaching in both the gender, and more broadly, the critical management studies space, in both an HRM and International Business context. She has also been involved in a number of collaborative pedagogical research projects, most recently developing a case for including PRME Principles in the International Business classroom. She has a developing publication record in the area of pedagogy, including publications in Academy of Management Learning & Education and Gender and Education.
Panelists: Trish Corner, Suzette Dyer, Fiona Hurd and Edwina Pio
Come along and share your ideas.
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