PDW Chair: Paul
Prosper, United States Air Force Academy, email@example.com
2019 Professional Development Workshops: Call
The mission of the Teaching Theme Committee is
to advance the practice and scholarship of
teaching throughout the Academy.
The Teaching Theme Committee (TTC) encourages PDW
submissions intended to broaden and challenge our thinking about both our
teaching and the framework in which we operate. This call is an
invitation to think broadly and creatively, it should apply equally to
management professionals as instructors, and to our students as critically
thinking learners. Submissions for TTC PDW's should be geared around helping
instructors become more innovative and relevant, linking teaching, research,
and practice while empowering our students to develop their own proactive
organizational improvement processes. To that end, we welcome submissions which
advance excellence in our teaching practices, including but not limited to
Share and stimulate innovative teaching ideas and practices
to broaden and integrate students’ thinking.
Address practical issues or challenges management faculty
confront in their classrooms, especially encouraging learning beyond personal
experiences, beliefs, and value systems.
Inspire and prepare junior faculty & doctoral students
to become highly effective teachers.
Integrate teaching across management sub-disciplines and
Support faculty teaching online, serving non-traditional
populations, and/or working in other countries.
Address factors that reduce constraints and increase
excellence in teaching.
Explore how we use words to measure/know/disseminate/apply
TTC gives priority to interactive sessions that facilitate
sharing and learning across pedagogies, institutions, disciplines, and national
boundaries. Fundamentally, TTC welcomes submissions, presenters, and
participants dedicated to excellence in teaching business and management. We
encourage creative and provocative submissions (e.g., workshop, panel
discussion, tour, keynote address, symposium, tutorial, workout sessions,
debates, case study, and roundtable).
The theme for AOM 2019 is “Understanding the Inclusive
Organization”. The submission system will open late November
2018 and closes Tuesday January 15th at 5pm. PDW sessions will be
scheduled for Friday, August 9 and Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 8:00 AM – 8:00
PM. Every PDW organizer must submit a formal proposal using the 2019 PDW
Proposal Submission System. PDW Proposal Submission information can
be found at https://aom.org/annualmeeting/submission/.
We welcome general inquiries and discussions about PDW ideas
through mid-December 2018, to firstname.lastname@example.org.