The oikos Curriculum Academy is a 3-day workshop for students, early career researchers, faculty representatives and other stakeholders, developed and facilitated by oikos student members. Its main purpose is to reflect and learn about innovative economics and management programs and teaching approaches that are designed to address current global environmental and social challenges.
The first oikos Curriculum Academy was held at the University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic, in October, 2019. To increase the outreach of the event, several sessions were also hosted online.
The second Curriculum Academy, organized in cooperation with oikos Lausanne will now take place entirely online from April 3-5, 2020 as a consequence of the COVID19 pandemic. We are very happy to still provide you this space for exchange online and see this as an opportunity to grow and even practice modern education techniques, as a lot of universities switched to online classes now. We will still do our best to create an interactive, innovative and inspiring event for you. Please have a look at the adjusted program.
It is still a participant driven event and some of the already registered participants will have the opportunity to share their work or topics with us in different formats.
On the first day of the Academy, Friday April 3 we will organise a Curriculum Reform Day open to everyone and host a workshop focused on curricum reform followed by an interactive discussion on economics and management education. Both, the workshop as well as the discussion will be entirely online.
The Curriculum Academy is a participants’ driven event. You are most welcome to propose what you would like to have on the agenda and how you would like to contribute.
Friday April 3rd: CURRICULUM REFORM NOW
It is an open day of the Academy, everyone is welcome to join onsite or online. After a workshop focused called Transforming Economics and Management Education, we will continue with an interactive discussion “Economics and Management education for the 21st Century”
Saturday April 4th: WHAT WE WISH TO LEARN
We will share and discuss a good practise in economics and management education and thereby inspire each other. Each participant will be able to present a topic or project that they are interested. Participants will reflect on the outcomes of the presentations within their educational context.
Sunday April 5th: ACT FOR CURRICULUM TRANSFORMATION
We will develop strategies and discuss concrete steps on how to bring a sustainable perspective into economics and management education.
The applications for the oikos Curriculum Academy 2020 are now closed!
The oikos Curriculum Academy 2020 will bring together a diverse representation of the oikos community and partners to will allow in-depth discussions and exchange on curriculum reform. We cordially invite students, junior lecturers, faculty and other stakeholders to join us online from April 3 to 5.
Deadline for applications is April 1.