DBA-808 Teaching Adults: Archetypes, Tools, and Tactics - Andragogy Lab

This course explores how to effectively design and teach business courses by examining diverse, effective structures and delivery methodologies. Topics include a full range of core teaching principles and advanced educational concepts to expand students' understanding of what effective teaching means, ranging from learner psychology and curriculum design to quality teaching dynamics and the use of active learning in the "classroom." Emphasis is placed on demonstrating effective business education foundations through interactive discussions, illustrative cases, practical examples of educational design, and various doctoral-level assignments. By the end of the course, students will have developed an appreciation of how to effectively design and deliver traditional and adult student courses in on-campus, online, and hybrid environments. Learners also gain significant insights into connecting professional experiences into their teaching while leveraging academic resources effectively.

Credits: 3

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