The Academic methodology also known as Circular Learning, is designed for student’s growth and learning, that will last a lifetime. It develops an actionable knowledge for responsible leaders. Knowledge that will be further applied within professional organizations and communities and knowledge that stimulates a call for action. The teaching methodologies are designed in a way that creates for the student a learning journey with frontal action oriented lectures, experiential learning & hands on student’s experience as well as in class exercise, discussions, role plays, team work exercises, business analysis which enables the student to put into practice, all the knowledge and theory learnt.
Teachers use two digital platforms to deliver lectures online and on campus and to share all learning materials with students:
With a modern, intuitive and fully responsive interface, Blackboard Learn™ offers an unparalleled learning experience. Blackboard Collaborate™ is a simple, convenient, and reliable online collaborative learning solution.It offers a level of engagement that makes students feel like they are together in the same room through collaboration and conferencing tools.
With Blackboard, colleges and universities can ensure that all students have the opportunity to realize their potential.In our classrooms, we use innovative technologies to enrich the overall educational experience and improve student learning outcomes both on campus and online. The platforms and technologies in use have a profound impact on student learning.
The academic office also conducts a training program for professors and teachers, organizing both technical workshops for the use of interactive tools and workshops focused on innovative techniques for active and emotional engagement of students.
During these meetings, participants share teachers’ experiences, best practices and actions that can optimize the work of professors and teachers and improve the social and inclusive dimensions of the hybrid classroom. New proposals and ideas are also provided to define teaching activities that, despite the physical distance between groups of students, ensure meaningful exchanges between peers.