Classroom Learning and Industry Complexities: Creating Impact through Engagement
November 16 & 17 2019
Institute of Business Management, Karachi
IoBM is organizing its fourth International Conference on Experiential Learning (ICEL-2019), with and the theme is “Classroom learning and industry complexities: Creating Impact through engagement”, on November 16 & 17 at its Main Campus, Karachi. The conference will showcase the experiences and research of various individuals and enterprises in their effort to make a paradigm shift from the conventional instruction techniques towards learning by doing, which is Experiential Learning. This conference will be a gathering of Experiential Learning Professionals and Experts to create a cross cultural platform by sharing indigenous case studies, research, practices and insights through panel discussions, presentations and workshops.
Parallel Conference Tracks:
- Business Management
- Communication & Languages
- Electrical Engineering & Engineering Management
- Environment & Energy Management
- Health Management & e-Health
- Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization
- Media Studies
Who should attend:
The 4th International Conference on Experiential Learning is targeted towards industry professionals, experiential learning experts, academicians, policy makers, research institutions, NGOs and research scholars.
IoBM invites you
To demonstrate a clear conceptual framework of translating theory into practice through experiential learning. You can present your research work through:
- Research papers ii) Poster Presentations iii) Case studies
Send your abstract (300 words) and posters (3 x 5 feet) via email at email@example.com.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference program book. We also provide researchers the opportunity to publish in selected HEC recognized journals.
The theme of the 4th International Conference on Experiential Learning is “Classroom learning and Industry complexities: Creating Impact through engagement”. The conference supports the 21st century educational philosophy of connecting active learning and participatory experiences with reflection. Promoting a multidisciplinary pedagogical approach, Experiential Learning educators purposefully engage learners in direct experiences outside the traditional classroom, thereby fostering interest and enabling them to acquire skills, knowledge and experience for lifelong learning. Accordingly, the aim of the conference is to provide a platform for intellectual dialogue on pedagogies and practices that demonstrate purpose-driven experiential learning including:
- Study abroad
- Field research
- Service learning
- Project-based learning
- Problem-based learning
- Activity-based learning
Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference program book. We also provide scholars the opportunity to publish their papers in IoBM's HEC recognized select journals. Selected papers from each track will receive the best paper award.