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Teaching and Learning Conference 2019: Developing threshold capabilities to enhance student critical thinking and problem solving skills for employability

There is an abundance of critique which questions the utility and relevance of business school teaching indicating that it often fails to prepare students for their future employment practice. Drawing on threshold capabilities literature this workshop will demonstrate how the principles of phronesis and techne can be utilised within the context of international management to develop the critical thinking and problem solving skills of students thus enhancing their employability. Participants will gain insights into how the principles of phronesis and techne can be embedded into pedagogy by deconstructing and reverse engineering examples of knowledge transfer failure.

Developing threshold capabilities to enhance student critical thinking and problem solving skills for employability .pdf
09/07/2019
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