Experience feedback

The Happy Learning Appointments promotes the exchange of practices between academic staff in the Alliance. Its purpose is to share, pool, discover and inspire the implementation of innovative instructional practices. In a pitch and discussion format, these one-hour meetings allow academic staff to present their instructional experiments.

Happy Learning Appointments

These experiments can have various objectives:


  • Support students in their learning process by means of attractive, ubiquitous web-based courses.
  • Stimulate learning by means of collaborative projects to further empower students, develop their creativity, and so on.
  • Help students analyze their experiences and make them aware of the skills they have acquired using reflexive analysis.


Les professeur(e)s d’Audencia font constamment évoluer leurs pratiques pédagogiques. Retrouvez ici les podcasts dans lesquels ils détaillent ces innovations et expliquent l'apport pour leurs étudiants : des pistes pour développer des cours encore plus innovants. Bonne écoute !

Collaborating and Challenging yourself

Céline Del Bucchia and Michaël Roux, teachers-researchers, have been the recipients of the 2019 Forum Innovation prize for their Marketing Strategy project.Students work in teams on an issue and give recommendations to the company. The originality of this project can be found in regular coaching points and the change in the teams composition during the roll out of said project.  

Thanks to this more dynamic set-up, students are more collaborative and flexible, they are living a 360° teaching moment!

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Cerbazine Case

Agribusiness companies work together to set up a collective brand, in an industrial territory which needs to be rehabilitated… But suddenly, it's chaos. A sanitary scandal breaks out, in the form of a chemical pollution.

This is what about thirty students had to experiement, in the frame of the elective course "Facing Emmergency situation and dealing with uncertainty".

Created by Gervaise Debucquet, professor, specialist in food hazards and Erika Logeais-Cherel, pedagogical engineer, this exercise draws from local and global news topics. Students understqnf that every communication and action of crisis management must be anticipated, controlled, validated and adapted to each stakeholder. They also realise that a project is not linear, how required it is to react hastily and the need to mobilize our emotional intelligence.A special edition, animated by a journalist, on the TV Set of our Mediacampus, closes the day with the companies'communication managers.

"This was very good, it allows us to face ourselves in unforseen situations and permits to project ourselves in the future. This exercise increases our awareness on human reactions, what could our own reactions be, it teaches us to work on this topic."
A participating student