[We’re pleased to welcome Laura Galloway of Heriot-Watt University and David Higgins of the University of Liverpool. They recently guest edited a special issue in Industry and Higher Education entitled “Learning and education: Exploring entrepreneurial actions and practice.” From Galloway and Higgins:] Following the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference in Glasgow in Autumn … Continue reading Introduction to Special Issue: Learning & Education
[We’re pleased to welcome author Stephen Bear of Fairleigh Dickenson University. Bear recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled “Students as Protégés: Factors That Lead to Success,” co-authored by Gwen Jones. Below, Bear outlines the importance of this study:] We have established, in our undergraduate curriculum, a practitioner-mentoring program for all business … Continue reading Students as Protégés: Factors That Lead to Success
[We're pleased to welcome Tim Brown of University of California, San Diego. Tim recently published a rejoinder to the article "Digital Technology and Student Cognitive Development: The Neuroscience of the University Classroom" entitled "On the Brain Basis of Digital Daze in Millennial Minds," published in Journal of Management Education. Tim's interview for the piece:] What … Continue reading The Brain Basis for the Digital Daze of Millennials
The August 2016 issue of Journal of Management Education is now available online and can be accessed free for the next 30 days. The August issue features a provocative article from authors J. Michael Cavanaugh, Catherine C. Giapponi, and Timothy D. Golden, entitled "Digital Technology and Student Cognitive Development: The Neuroscience of the University Classroom," … Continue reading Read the August 2016 Issue of Journal of Management Education!
[We’re pleased to welcome Cathy Finger of St. Mary's College. Professor Finger published a review entitled "iOS Application, 'Attendance2'" in the April 2015 issue of Journal of Management Education.] While teaching introductory accounting at a liberal arts college, I found that students were more engaged if I monitored student attendance and rewarded students with points for professionalism … Continue reading Gather Classroom Data and Encourage Learning with the Attendance2 App
[We’re pleased to welcome Joshua J. Daspit of Mississippi State University. Dr. Daspit recently published an article in Journal of Management Education with T. C. Mims of Texas Woman’s University and Staci M. Zavattaro of Mississippi State University entitled "The Role of Positive Psychological States in Online Learning: Integrating Psychological Capital Into the Community of … Continue reading Enhancing Student PsyCap in an Online Learning Environment
It may not come as much of a shock to hear that young adults go on social media the most. According to Pew Research Center's , 87% of Facebook users are between 18 and 29. As social media has become more popular, educators have jumped on board as well. A 2013 study done by Pearson … Continue reading What Do Students Think of Social Media in the Classroom?
What factors influence undergraduate business students' decision to pursue sales education? What's the role of self-efficacy in sales education? Can an interactive computer simulation teach students sales ethics? Journal of Marketing Education's Special Issue on Sales Education and Training explores these topics and more! James W. Peltier of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Andrea L. … Continue reading Read Journal of Marketing Education’s Special Issue on Sales Education and Training for Free!
In honor of Journal of Leadership and Organization's Midwest Academy of Management Special Issue focusing on "Current Issues in Management," Megan W. Gerhardt and Joy V. Peluchette interviewed Ray Aldag, former Academy of Management President and Belle Rose Ragins, SAGE author. The 2013 Midwest Scholars answered questions on the current issues in management, the ongoing … Continue reading Interview with Ray Aldag and Belle Rose Ragins
Online and blended (both online and in classroom) courses are becoming more and more popular as time goes on. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, between 2007 and 2008, 4.3 million undergraduate students and 0.8 million graduate students took at a least one online class. But how effective are these new learning platforms … Continue reading Are Online and Blended Classes a Good Fit for Management Education?