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TSM, a School that Promotes Pedagogical Innovation

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TSM has adopted a School strategy designed to support pedagogical innovation in all its aspects. The School encourages interactive, participatory teaching practices, adapted to the student's pace and focused on their learning. This is reflected in the hybrid courses offered in the School's programmes.

A department dedicated to pedagogical innovation

TSM has a team dedicated to pedagogical and technical support for faculty and students. 

This team supports faculty in the choice of digital tools and adapted teaching methods, in the creation of teaching resources, and accompanies the digitalisation of teaching.

Attention is also paid to pedagogical monitoring in order to adapt teaching practices to the most recent advances in educational sciences at the university level and in neuroscience. 

An overall involvement

The involvement and cooperation of all the School's departments guarantees continuous improvement and the necessary changes to courses and training, in line with students' concerns and the expectations of the job market, such as the development of remote collaborative skills or sustainable development.

Tools for learning

The pedagogical tools that TSM makes available to both students and teachers enable innovative and effective pedagogical practices to be put in place to reinforce learning. 

Pedagogical platforms make it easy to deploy flipped classes, an online feedback tool makes it possible to learn from peers and to develop the cross-disciplinary skills required in the job market, and collaborative online tools, also used in the professional world, facilitate project-based learning. 

TSM Academy

TSM Academy is TSM's online learning platform. It offers an innovative learning experience, promoting interactivity and individual feedback with stimulating content, collaborative activities and exchanges on the platform's internal discussion forum.

Each student has access to their own personal space which allows them to:

  • Follow their results and progress easily, thus developing their metacognitive skills;
  • Quickly improve their skills with comprehensive and engaging content;
  • Exchange with other students and teachers via the forums associated with the educational activities.


"The asynchronous sessions are really ideal for students looking for autonomy and personal time management, it allows us to prepare the group sessions at our own pace!"
Victor Boudet, Bachelor 3 in International Management Student (2020-2021)
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A moment of sharing and conviviality between the students of the Bachelor in International Management (today the BSc in Global Management) and their teacher Christelle Théron.