Two ISAT U professors attended the three-day case study teaching workshop in Metro Manila on April 3-5, 2017. The workshop was sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development-Science, Technology, Research and Innovation for Development (USAID-STRIDE) and the William Davidson Institute (WDI), University of Michigan.
Professors Joselito Trandio Mendoza and Godelyn G. Hisole were among the 33 applicants who hurdled the open competition and given priority due to their commitment to teaching using case studies and a plan to conduct cross-disciplinary follow-on trainings for their colleagues on teaching via/with case studies.
The workshop was offered by WDI to 85 Filipino faculty members who have written and published case studies to the STRIDE Case Collection. It explored the methods of teaching a university course using the case studies from the STRIDE Case Collection. It also seek to create a network of academic and industry researchers to spur innovation that brings about inclusive economic growth.
Dr. Julie Felker from Zagreb School of Economics and Management led the training using the published STRIDE cases