Read the August 2016 Issue of Journal of Management Education!

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!

Gather Classroom Data and Encourage Learning with the Attendance2 App

[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

What Do Students Think of Social Media in the Classroom?

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?

No texting, plz! :)

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! 🙂

Texting In Class: Hazardous To Your Grades?

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?