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- editor's note. Jones, Elizabeth A. // JGE: The Journal of General Education;Apr2010, Vol. 59 Issue 2, preceding p85
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Elizabeth Vitullo and Elizabeth A. Jones assessment practices and general education outcomes in business schools, one by Lauren Chapman and Larry Ludlow on downsizing college classes, and one by Justine White,...
- Rebuttal. Lunsford, Jim // Business North Carolina;Oct99, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p7
Focuses on schools that run like a business. Details on the business of Cabarrus County Schools; How the school facilitate learning from its operation; Views on the use of organizational criteria in schools.
- Business at the intersection. Bardach, Ken; Casse, Pierre; Powers, Marian; Saias, Maurice; Tabatoni, Olivier; Banahan, Eoin // Training Journal;Nov2011, p22
The article focuses on the business schools which implement learning process similar to the real world of business to make the teaching process more effective and relevant. Information regarding the decision of Business School of Aix-en-Provence, France to share their experiences in teaching,...
- EDUCATION. // African Business;Mar2014, Issue 406, p6
The article reports on the first 23 graduates from the African Scholarship programme launched and funded by Edinburgh Business School in Scotland in 2010 that came from six countries including Zimbabwe, Uganda and Malawi.
- Stress breeds success. Lucas, Erika // Training Journal;Jul2014, p43
The article discusses the findings of a research into the neuroscience of learning to lead conducted by Ashridge Business School using its The Leadership Experience: Leading on the Edge (TLE) leadership simulation. It states that the study found that experiential learning, also known as...
- ACTIVE LEARNING AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE BUSINESS CURRICULUM: EXCEL CAN BE THE ANSWER. McCloskey, Donna W.; Bussom, Lisa // Journal of Learning in Higher Education;Fall2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1
Business educators are struggling with how better to engage their students in the learning process. At the same time, stakeholders are reporting that business students are ill prepared in problem solving techniques and the effective use of spreadsheets. The systemic use of Excel as a teaching...
- Editorial. Nair, D. Radhakrishnan // SCMS Journal of Indian Management;Jul2011, Vol. 8 Issue 3, preceding p5
The author reflects on the importance of business learning and teaching towards progress and development in the modern world. He opines that the most important objective of the business school is to nurture the upcoming generation of executives by the means of proper training and teaching. He...
- MÃRA PREFEROVANOSTI USPOÅ˜ÃDÃNÃ UÄŒIVA ÃšÄŒETNICTVÃ MEZI Å½ÃKY NA OBCHODNÃCH AKADEMIÃCH. Berková, Kateřina // Media4u Magazine;2011, Issue 4, p53
The aim of this paper is to determinate students' opinions of the arrangement of the learning content in accounting based on the questionnaire. The complete and third- and fourth-year analysis of students' opinion is included.
- AACSB Accreditation in China---Current Situation, Problems, and Solutions. Xinrui Zhang; Yan Gao // International Journal of Higher Education;Nov2012, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p210
This paper first introduces the background of the AACSB accreditation, and then analyzes the current status of the participation of Chinese business schools in AACSB accreditation. Based on the data analysis, the paper points out that there are two main problems in the Chinese business schools...