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|Title:||Course Enrichment Project for a BBA Course MGT4223 (Recruitment and Selection)|
|Department:||Department of Management (MGT)|
|Principal Investigator:||Chan, Andrew|
|Abstract:||The captioned project is designed to enrich a third year level course titled, ""Recruitment and Selection"" through addressing the student-based learning context in an even richer and more dynamic manner. Students demonstrate correct practices regarding employment selection activities, especially job-interviewing in a simulated business context. Students will be asked to video-record their own role play job employment interviews. With these video clips, students will review their own performances from an objective perspective. Through post-role play reviews, they discriminate weaknesses and strengths and then generate reflections about ways for improvement. Role-play interviews enable the PI-teacher (with his research assistant) to identify any weakness in the use of English, hence the value-added of this project relative to the Program Learning Objective aiming at English enhancement in an explicit HR-professional context. Extended use of deliverables for possible institution-wide adoption include: a) Outstanding video clips showing high quality role play interviews for teaching purpose; and b) exemplars for re-use and references for students in other year-groups and in other programs, anytime afterwards.|
|Appears in Collections:||Teaching Development Grant Projects|
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