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
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?
It can be discouraging for instructors who, after taking the time to prepare a lesson plan, find their students texting rather than taking notes in class. Educators across all disciplines and state lines are faced with the dilemma of how to respond. Is it a sign of disrespect or simply the burgeoning of a new … Continue reading No texting, plz! 🙂
Students do it on the sly. Instructors, in general, despise it. But texting has become a way of life--with studies revealing that young people spend 15% of their waking life doing it--and it's bound to happen in the marketing education classroom. How does it impact students' GPAs and what, if anything, can instructors do about … Continue reading Texting In Class: Hazardous To Your Grades?