“Technology Enhanced Responsible Management Education”
Jointly hosted by
PRME ANZ Chapter, ASCILITE Business Education SIG and ABEN Ethics Education SIG
This webinar is co-facilitated by Associate Professor Harsh Suri, Mr Vivek Venkiteswaran (Deakin University)
and Associate Professor Christian Schott (Victoria University Wellington)
In this presentation, first Harsh and Vivek discuss how the TPCK framework (Mishra & Koehler, 2006) offers a useful theoretical lens for harnessing the power of digitalization for scaffolding meaningful integration of SDGs into mainstream business curricula. The TPCK framework is commonly used in educational technology to adopt a holistic, nuanced and context-sensitive approach for integrating technology, pedagogy and content knowledge to achieve deep transformational learning. The speakers then explore how SDGs should become a pervasive context within which we transform Business Education using affordances of digitalization.
Next, Christian discusses why he sees a place, and indeed a need for technology, to support education for sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). His presentation promotes experiential education as a key pedagogy for a VUCA world and make the case that situating learning in its appropriate geographical, cultural and social context is an important ingredient. Utilising gaming software and digital immersion technology Christian and his team have developed two sustainability-focused learning tools, one ‘taking’ students to an island in Fiji and the other to Machu Picchu Pueblo in Peru. Although the latter was developed for Secondary schools it will be used as an example during the presentation.
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