Using Edutainment to Teach Business Courses

Guest presentation from Kelly Richmond Pope (Associate Professor, School of Accountancy & MIS):
Have you ever thought about using edutainment as business pedagogy? An edutainment curriculum is designed to educate through entertainment. Early implementation of edutainment dates back to Poor Richard’s Almanac, with Benjamin Franklin combining entertaining and educational content, such as puzzles and rules of conduct, for colonists. In this workshop, you will learn how to implement edutainment into your courses. Our speaker, accounting professor and award-winning filmmaker Kelly Richmond Pope, will unveil a new edutainment product designed specifically for the business curriculum with funding from the DePaul University Academic Innovation Grant.
Please note: This is an event for DePaul University faculty and staff only.

Tuesday, March 31 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

DPC 7406 (7th Floor of the DePaul Center) 1 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL

Event Type

University-wide Events

Departments

(All) Driehaus College of Business, Driehaus College of Business

Cost

Free

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