Educator Panel: Does game-based experiential learning lead to a higher learning effect?
Saturday, May 8th 2021
15:45 to 17:15, CEST (UTC+2)
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After the great success of the panel discussion during Inchainge Connect Educator Conference, many participants requested for us to schedule another panel. Therefore, we are making it happen during the Global Final Week of the Global Student Challenge 2021!
Chuck Nemer (USA) – Education Associate with Inchainge, Instructor at Metropolitan State University, Trainer of all Supply Chain Management and Circular Economy topics as owner of the Guru of Biz
Our panelists for this interactive session are:
Prof. Mario Chong – Universidad del Pacifico (Peru)
Prof. Bjorn Claes – Senior Lecturer in Operations Management at Business School of The Open University, Kedge Business School, and IE Business School. (UK)
Prof. Dmitrii Gavrilov – Senior Lecturer at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and Open Business School APICS ICP (Russia)
Prof. Dr. Hartmut Zadek – Professor at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg (Germany)
Prof. Oliver Ntenje – Senior Lecturer in Blockchain Technology – Application and Implementation and Supply Chain Management at HAN International School of Business. (Netherlands)
They will share their experiences and best practices on the integration of business simulation games in their course programs. Specifically, zooming in on the question: “Does game-based experiential learning indeed lead to a higher learning effect”.
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