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Journal of Management Research and Analysis

Pedagogical Competence for Effective Teaching in Management Education

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Author Details : Jayant Sonawalkar, Chandan Maheshkar

Volume : 4, Issue : 4, Year : 2017

Article Page : 137-142

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Teachers are using different methods/skills to impart knowledge of their area of study. An effective teacher creates a compatible environment for student learning, as per the academic as well as the needs of the profession. Recent trends in higher education have increased the attention given to the quality of teaching and fulfillment of the skills required by the profession. Like many applied subjects including medicine, surgery, civil engineering and the likes, management is also an area which cannot teach by the books only. Developing a pedagogical framework based on evidence-based teaching is an important step toward achieving teaching objectives, and to give exposure to students to learn the subject matter with its applications in the field. Thus, this study has examined the pedagogical factors and determines the pedagogical practices relevant to teaching management.

Keywords: Pedagogical Competence, Teaching Management, Management, Pedagogy, Teaching Competency.

How to cite : Sonawalkar J, Maheshkar C, Pedagogical Competence for Effective Teaching in Management Education. J Manag Res Anal 2017;4(4):137-142

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