Specifically, this proposal means the inclusion of excellent students as instructors in the teaching process. This involvement mainly refers to systematic consulates regarding the teaching methods that they would like to develop during the lessons and also giving their assistance to their lectures during the seminar hours and working groups. A specific stakeholder from a large company, such as Vodafone Albania, during a training process at their internal environment will help them to win some specific skills from practice for three specific topics: HR recruitment and selection, HR evaluation, HR motivation.
After this previous training process from stakeholders, being in the role of teaching-assistant, talented/excellent students will first of all be able to bring to the attention of their professors the main desires of their peers in terms of the seminars or lectures for each specific topic. Secondly, students who aspire to become lecturers in the future, have an excellent opportunity to somehow test not only their skills, but also their preferences for academic career or business career in the future. Thirdly, engaging these students as teaching-assistants, will (positively) promote competition and ambitions among their peers, which will improve their whole quality. Fourth, the inclusion of these students (depending on the roles that each of them could have) avoids the monotony of teaching (for lecturers) and the monotony of learning (for students). This technique has minimal costs because there is no need for additional financial investment or human recourses, is all about a better way of managing the existing resources and put together stakeholder from business actors and students/lecturers from education sector.
In more detail, the inclusion of these excellent students after their training process from business stakeholder means more or less a role playing game: For example, if a class (seminar one) has 3-5 Excellent Students (talents) then their roles in class can be as follows: lecturer consultants for the organization of the seminar hours, group leaders of group work projects in the classroom, classroom discussions moderator, (undeclared) promoter of debates, they critically evaluate other students work etc. In any case, their role is supervised by the lecturer. If this method is applied to the full cycle of BA and MSc studies, at the end of a 5-year cycle of studies, at least some of these talents (excellent students) benefit not only with a degree, but with meaningful work experience in knowledge transfer.