Marketing Education Review - Teaching Moments

Marketing Education Review - Teaching Moments

Welcome to SMA’s Teaching Moments

For decades the Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) has stood at the forefront of marketing discovery. At each conference members debut important new innovations in marketing science and teaching.

Teaching Moments is a multi-channel platform designed to speed the diffusion of it’s members’ latest teaching ideas. Teaching Moments allows marketing educators to efficiently share fully-tested, proven teaching methods. Here’s how it works:

  • Marketing educators first learn about these cutting edge teaching developments in Teaching Moments sessions at the annual SMA conference.
  • Next, they can read an abstract of the innovations in the Marketing Education Review (MER).
  • Then, this webpage takes readers into SMA’s third teaching innovation distribution channel.

SMA members can harvest an abundance of teaching resources posted by Teaching Moments contributors here.

History

Teaching Moments was born in 2011 as the annual Marketing Education Review Editorial Board meeting was ending. SMA’s much-honored member, Jeff Tanner, approached D. Joel Whalen with an idea. Jeff envisioned bringing Teaching Moments to SMA. Jeff and Joel determined to launch Teaching Moments at the 2012 SMA meeting.

The next year, as SMA met at America’s Happiest Place, Disney World, the Magic Kingdom became the launch site of marketing education’s most effective teaching innovation distribution vehicle. The first session was an immediate hit and the session room became SMA’s Happiest Place.

Teaching Moment’s growth

SMA members were immediately drawn to the Teaching Moment’s unique format: Fast-paced (each presenter has 3-minutes to share their innovation), fun, and positive. The audience rewards each presenter with Thunderous Applause, contributing to the energetic, supportive atmosphere.

The demand for Teaching Moments has grown ever since. The single debut session in Orlando offered 13 presenters selected from the Societies most honored teachers. Today Teaching Moments is open to all. By 2016 it had grown to four conference sessions featuring 41 presenters. Kesha Coker, SMA’s Director of Electronic Communication, became a regular Teaching Moments presenter in 2013. In 2015 she joined Jeff and Joel as co-Chair.

Publication history

Readers can learn more about the Teaching Moment’s concept in the MER article by Tanner & Whalen, )2013). In 2016 MER first published abstracts of 25 Teaching Moments innovations presented at the SMA 2015 meeting in New Orleans. Publication continued in MER as Whalen and Coker’s (2017) paper offered 26 abstracts from the Atlanta sessions. These teaching innovations were also abstracted in the Proceedings of the 2015 and 2016 SMA Conferences.

Marketing Education Review

  • Tanner, Jeff and D. Joel Whalen. (2013). “Teaching Moments: Opening the Pipeline to Teaching Innovations.” Marketing Education Review. Fall. Vol. 23. No. 3. p. 265-273.
  • Whalen, D. Joel and Kesha Coker. (2016). “Outside the Box Teaching Moments: Classroom-tested innovations.” Marketing Education Review. Vol. 26. No. 2. Pp 119-123.
  • Whalen, D. Joel and Kesha Coker. (2017). “Classroom ready Teaching Moments.” Marketing Education Review. In Press.

Society for Marketing Advances Proceedings

  • Whalen, D. Joel & Jeff Tanner. (2014). “Teaching Moments.” Transformational Marketing. SMA International Conference 2014. New Orleans, LA. November 4-8. pp. 265-267.
  • Whalen, D. Joel & Kesha Coker. (2015). “Teaching Moments: 27 Teaching Ideas in 3-Minutes.” Real Time Marketing Proceedings of the Society for Marketing Advances International Conference 2015. San Antonio, TX. November 4-7. Session One Pp. 294-297; Session Two 365-368; Session Three 412-415.
  • Whalen, D. Joel and Kesha Coker. (2016). “Teaching Moments: Preview 43 Great Teaching Ideas in Less Than 3 Minutes Each.” Proceedings of the Society for Marketing Advances International Conference 2016. Atlanta, GA. November 2-5-7. Session One Pp. ; Session Two ; Session Three; Session Four.

Author List 2017

Author List 2016

Author List 2013

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