Awards & prizes
Remote teaching methods are multiplying in various formats: fully online courses, MOOCs, Serious Games, and approaches that combine online content (synchronous or asynchronous) with in-person classes. While this type of teaching does not pretend to replace face-to-face interactions with learners and students, it does bring a pedagogical point of view, undeniable progress and simultaneously requires a significant investment of time by professors as well as logistical and financial support from schools. Consequently, in 2019 the FNEGE created a Certification Board for teaching methods in the digital age.
Recognize the best contributions in this field:
A jury meets every year to examine the dossiers submitted for certification. The jury is composed of professors and researchers in Management Science. It is currently chaired by Lydiane Nabec, professor at Paris-Saclay University.
Every year, the teaching methods and tools that are certified by the Foundation are automatically included in the running for the Prize for Best Teaching Methods
Procedure for FNEGE certification of Teaching Methods
For 2023 (5th installment), FNEGE certification concerns teaching methods that were first implemented between 2019 and 2022.
In deciding whether to award the FNEGE certification, the Committee evaluates pedagogical added value, defined as the capacity of the teaching method to achieve its pedagogical objectives.
The criteria are as follows:
The dossier must therefore include all the information that the Certification Committee will need to evaluate the above criteria, and in particular:
With the support of the Certification Board for Teaching Methods in the digital age (see above) and in collaboration with the AUNEGe (French association for the development of digital teaching in economics and business administration), the FNEGE organizes the AUNEGe FNEGE Prize for the best teaching methods.
This prize only concerns teaching methods that have been certified by the FNEGE.