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The Inaugural Teaching Conference of the Academy of Management

TLC@AOM

 

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Held prior to the AOM Annual Meeting in Buena Vista, FL, Disney Boardwalk Inn [tentative]

 

 

Conference Description:

The 2013 TLC@AOM is a pilot Academy-wide teaching conference developed in response to the growing teaching-related needs of AOM members. The conference goals are to:

<!---Support all AOM members� teaching efforts by providing this unique community of practice

<!---Increase the visibility of teaching both within and outside of the Academy

<!---Position the Academy as a leader in management education teaching in addition to its current leadership role in management education research

 

The 2013 TLC@AOM will:

-Focus on practice to improve teaching and learning , addressing the needs of both novice and veteran members

<!--Represent all disciplines in AOM Divisions and interest groups with interdisciplinary topics and sessions

 

Conference Fee:

The 2013 TLC@AOM Pilot Conference cost is $100. This includes access to all sessions, lunch, and a cash bar reception. The conference is generously supported by AOM and its staff to keep this fee at a minimum.

 

Conference Submissions:

The Call for Proposals is attached. Proposals are due January 15, 2003, and must be emailed with a cover sheet to TLC@aom.org.

 

Conference Schedule [Tentative]:

 

8:00-9:00   Master Teacher Q&A 

Bring-your-own-breakfast to the Master Teacher table conversations.

 

9:00-9:50   Welcome and Opening Plenary

 

10:00 - 12:00 Concurrent Sessions I

Format:  30, 60, and 90 minute sessions, including 15-minute presentations bundled into themed sessions

Sample Themes:  Innovations in teaching, designing and redesigning curriculum, fixing problems with students and teaching assistants, mentoring doctoral students and junior faculty, assessing learning and all its associated challenges.

 

12:00 - 1:30  Lunch and Plenary Session

 

1:40 - 3:50 Concurrent Sessions II

Format:  30, 60, and 90 minute sessions, including 15-minute bundled into themed sessions

Sample Themes:  Innovations in teaching, designing and redesigning curriculum, fixing problems with students and teaching assistants, mentoring doctoral students and junior faculty, assessing learning and all its associated challenges.

 

4:00 - 5:00    Open Space Meeting

Participants will self-organize during sessions throughout the day, and use this time to meet at locations that will be posted and tweeted as the afternoon sessions end.

 

5:00 - 5:45  Closing Plenary

 

6:00 � 7:00 Closing Reception (with cash bar)



Call for Submissions

Inaugural Academy of Management Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC@AOM)


We are pleased to announce a new, full-day conference featuring interactive teaching-focused sessions. The inaugural TLC@AOM conference will be held during the first weekend of the 2013 Academy of Management meeting, Sunday, August 11, in Buena Vista, Florida. A copy of the Academy 揝trategic Doing� proposal that established this conference may be found online at https://docs.google.com/open?id=0By-dU53mnJ5gXzNYR28xcWZPeWs.


The goal of TLC@AOM is to engage members across all divisions in the Academy in advancing the practice of teaching. Located in the annual meeting hotels, TLC@AOM will feature both submitted and invited speakers and end with open space sessions (guided by attendees� interests).


We encourage submissions in a variety of possible formats:    

Incubator � 15 minute presentation on a teaching or assessment practice (similarly themed proposals will be bundled into 30 or 60 minute sessions)

Catalyst � 30 minute interactive demonstration or discussion of particular practices, challenges, or opportunities

Topical � 60 minute interactive session that includes some combination of presentation, discussion, participant reflection and application, simulation, or other forms of interactivity. 

In-depth � 90 minute interactive workshop offering a fuller exploration of a particular subject, course, or activity.


Proposals are encouraged but not limited to the following timely themes: (1) Achieving teaching excellence while balancing other career responsibilities and priorities; (2) Ensuring continuous improvement and innovation in teaching; (3) Designing and redesigning curriculum; (4) Fixing problems that arise with students and teaching assistants; (5) Mentoring doctoral students and junior faculty; (6) Assessing learning and all its associated challenges; (7) Teaching in new formats (e.g., online and/or experiential); (8) Building and leveraging networks across geographic, national, and disciplinary boundaries. We also encourage submitters to propose sessions designed to appeal to specific audiences, such as doctoral students, new tenure-track faculty, adjunct faculty, mid-career faculty, senior faculty, or program directors and deans.


Submissions will be peer reviewed, applying a protocol similar to that used for other Academy events. Criteria reviewers will be asked to consider include: Strong interest and relevance (to an identified group of participants), dynamic and interactive session (less applicable to incubator sessions), applicability to multiple Academy divisions or interest groups, clear proposal narrative and session format, and useful 搕ake-aways� for participants.


Proposals must be submitted as Adobe Acrobat files. Proposals, including the mandatory cover sheet, may not exceed 6 pages. As appropriate, proposals may link to online resources or videos for further clarification. Any such ancillary material must be easily accessible to reviewers.


To submit a proposal, or ask questions about the process, email Jim Spee, Program Chair, at TLC@aom.org. Inquiries are welcome through December 14, 2012. Final proposals must be received by January 15, 2013, 5pm ET (New York time).  Because the conference is administered independently from the rest of the AOM program, separate registration including a registration fee ($100) will be required and attendance at all sessions will be limited to registrants. 


 

Cover Sheet for Proposal

Academy of Management Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC@AOM)

 

Name of Person Submitting: ____________________________________________________________

Institutional Affiliation: ________________________________________________________________

Email Address: ________________________________  Phone: ________________________________

Mailing Address: _____________________________________________________________________

Co-Presenter Names (if applicable): ______________________________________________________

Title of Submission: __________________________________________________________________

Briefly describe your relevant experience and qualifications for presenting at a teaching conference.

___________________________________________________________________________________

 ___________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________

Submission Type (mark one):

___ Incubator (15 M)      ___ Catalyst (30 M)       ___ Topical (60 M)         ___ In-depth (90 M)

 

Submission Theme(s) (write in): _________________________________________________________

 

Proposed Audience (mark all that apply):

___ Doctoral Students    ___ New faculty    ___ Adjunct faculty       ___ Mid/Senior faculty

___ Deans/Directors       ___ Other, please explain: ____________________________________

 

Room Set-Up:

         ___ Lecture    ___ Large group (circle)                  ___ Small groups   ___ Other (explain

                                                                                                       in proposal)

Audio/Visual Needs:

         ___ None                 ___ Projector (you must provide laptop)

 

My signature below affirms that, if this proposal is accepted, I am willing and able to present at TLC@AOM on Sunday, August 11, 2013. To offset conference costs, there will be a $100 registration fee.

Signature: ___________________________________________________ Date: _____________


Please email your proposal and this cover page to TLC@aom.org by January 15, 2013, 5pm ET

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