[We’re pleased to welcome author Helena Wenninger of Lancaster University Management School. Dr. Wenninger recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy entitled "Student Assessment of Venture Creation Courses in Entrepreneurship Higher Education—An Interdisciplinary Literature Review and Practical Case Analysis," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Wenninger discusses the motivations … Continue reading Student Assessment of Venture Creation Courses in Entrepreneurship Higher Education
Do students learn what their professors intend them to learn? What are the challenges associated with effective utilization of rubrics? What is the status of assessment in management education? Journal of Management Education's explores these questions and more in their special issue on Assessment in Management Education. Tracy H. Sigler and Kenneth S. Rhee, both … Continue reading Special Issue on Assessment in Management Education!
Instructors who want to be more engaged in the grading process, improving their own experience as well as the impact on students, will want to take a lesson from Charles J. Fornaciari of Florida Gulf Coast University and Kathy Lund Dean of Gustavus Adolphus College. The distinguished management educators joined associate editor Mary Ann Hazen … Continue reading Tips for Grading Better and More Efficiently