Manuscript with arrow icon Book and magnifying glass icon Cross-check icon Process checklist icon Reputation ribbon icon Graduation cap icon Question speech bubble icon Headset call icon Mobile phone call icon Login arrow icon B+ Paper Icon Becoming B+ Paper Icon Checkmark Paper Icon Feedback Speech Bubble Icon Feedback Double Speech Bubble Icon Similarity Check Icon Professional Development Icon Admin Training Icon Instructor Training Icon Student Training Icon Integrations Icon System Status Icon System Requirements Icon Menu Icon Checkmark Icon Download Icon Rubric Icon Prompt Icon QuickMark Set Icon Lesson Plan Icon Success Story Icon Infographic Icon White Paper Icon White Paper Icon Press Release Icon News Story Icon Event Icon Webcast Icon Video Icon Envelope Icon Plaque Icon Lightbulb Icon Insights Lightbulb Icon Training Icon Search Icon User Icon Privacy Icon Instructor Icon Instructor-1 Icon Investigator Icon Admin Icon Student Icon Voice Grammar Icon Turnitin Logo (Text and Icon) Icon Facebook Icon Twitter Icon LinkedIn Icon Google Plus Icon Lightbulb Icon Binoculars Icon Drama Masks Icon Magnifying Glass Icon Signal Check Indicator Bars Red Flag Icon Analysis and Organization Icon
Contact Sales

Mulyadi Robin | Associate Dean Teaching and Learning, Australian Institute of Business

In this video (part 1 of 2), Mulyadi Robin from the Australian Institute of Business (AIB) discusses his role as Associate Dean Teaching and Learning, and explores his dual research focus on servant leadership as a framework for teaching and learning success, and understanding and improving the international student experience.

Mulyadi discusses the theory of ‘andragogy’ as integral to the AIB’s approach in recognising the lived experience of its postgraduate students, to help inform the learning process beyond an educator's lens. He explains how this strategy enables students to harness theoretical framework to strengthen their knowledge, while filling in the gaps when theory may fall short. Mulaydi also addresses misconceptions that servant leadership is a soft approach to leadership, and shares examples of how it has led to enhanced developmental outcomes at both an individual and organisational level at AIB.

Commenting on preparedness in higher education for the digital era, Mulyadi emphasises the need to look beyond the didactic model of teaching and overcome the notion that online learning delivery is somehow ‘less than’, compared to traditional face-to-face modalities. Averse to the reliance on merely ‘broadcasting’ content, he unpacks how educators might begin to reimagine pedagogical approaches of interacting with students and the learning material itself.

Taking pride in AIB’s aim to deliver Australia’s most practical MBA, Mulyadi also explores the value of authentic assessment to ensure learning is practical and not just an abstracted concept, and how increasing assessment practicality also reduces the chance of academic integrity breaches.

Watch Part 2 →

Apple Podcasts Spotify RSS YouTube

Back to all episodes
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.