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CBS Studios

CBS Studios are learning spaces designed for active and student-centered learning. They invites students to co-create the learning experience with instructors and to construct knowledge in teams, through peer-to-peer interaction. Activities can for example include Read more...

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About The purpose of this site on supervision is to give advices and ideas to supervisors on handling supervision of projects. The site illutrates a short overview and it contains some concepts on how project Read more...

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CBS Canvas

    CBS is replacing CBSLearn with CBSCanvas in fall 2019. Learn more about the implementation and features af CBSCanvas below.   TraininG

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In-class Activities

In-class Activities   Close contact between students and their teachers has long been highly appreciated as part of teaching at CBS. Even with the introduction of blended learning, CBS will continue to be an on-campus Read more...

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Feedback is an essential instrument in the student’s learning process and unfortunately often forgotten. Feedback is important for diminishing uncertainty. It is not enough to know if your performance is good or bad, it is Read more...

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Lecturing Introduction Lectures are the most common way of teaching at CBS; and yet a very challenging one. The lecture as a teaching method is basically characterized by undirectional communication, from lecturer to students. This Read more...

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Blended Learning

  Blended Learning is the combination of ordinary classroom teaching, and online, technology-driven teaching.   The ambition is that by 2023, the far majority of all courses at CBS is taught in a blended way. Read more...

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Case-based teaching

The case teaching method was first implemented in the 1920’es in law and medical faculties in USA. It is now a common teaching method in business education. The method combines two elements: the case itself Read more...