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Transfer of innovative teaching-learning experiential methods for management education


Kaunas ENG

Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Project
“Transfer of innovative teaching-learning experiential methods for management education.”
No. LLP-LdV-TOI-2008-LT-0028

Project Promoter

ISM University of Management and Economics; www.ism.lt  
Project manager – Asta Pundzienė, Prof. Dr., asta.pundziene@ism.lt  
Contact person – Rasa Stasiukynaitė, rasa.stasiukynaite @ism.lt

Project partners

1. University of Tartu, www.ut.ee  
2. NAVIGATOR Consulting Group Ltd., www.navigator-consulting.com  
3. Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, www.chamber.lt  
4. European Case Clearing House, www.ecch.com

Project duration

01/10/2008 – 31/10/2010

The specific project aim

To embed case teaching-learning method within Lithuanian, Estonian as well as other partner countries management education through enhancing trainers’ competencies to write and teach using case method.

Overall aim of the project

To transfer and develop innovative experiential teaching-learning methods contributing to the quality of management education.

The objectives of the project 

• To assess the actual competences of the selected trainers for case writing and teaching. To assess most needed topics for cases.
• To train 25 trainers on case writing
• To develop 5 cases on Lithuanian and Estonian business development identified topics (2 business development cases and 3 – cases on specific management topics)
• To train 25 trainers on case teaching
• To develop case teaching notes and pilot 5 developed cases training a group of managers on Business development.
• To amend the 5 cases according to the feedback after the pilot training
• To develop the textbook on case writing and teaching based on the project experience
• To develop one article on case usage in adult education
• Disseminate results of the project in 2 international conferences

Target groups of the project

Direct target group - educators & trainers dealing with management education. Indirect target group are managers.

The beneficiaries of the project are: Educators and trainers, enterprises, trainer training institutions, training providers, and students.

In respect to the project aim and objectives high-qualified partners from different countries were selected: UK, Greece, Estonia and Lithuania.

The project results

25 trained trainers, 5 cases in English, Lithuanian and Estonian languages, 5 case teaching notes, textbook for case writing and teaching, one article in the Baltic Journal of Management http://www.emeraldinsight.com/bjm.htm), as well as 2 international conferences.

Project funding

200 634 EUR

This project is financed by European Commission. The content of this message may not correspond to the opinion of European Commission and does not bring it under responsibility.