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Robinson, David F. – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2016
This paper describes an experiential capstone strategy course and an interesting innovation by a team of students that helps spread experiential learning to many business courses. Students operate a retail café as a captive client for strategic consulting. Students sweep floors, serve espresso drinks, and set strategy. The café is a learning…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Business Administration Education, Retailing, Consultants
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Ash, Barbara Lee – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2015
Engaging "digital natives" presents challenges and opportunities for both the classroom teacher and for trainers in the workplace, many of whom are "digital immigrants." The learning styles, interests, values, and the Millennial learner's unique alignment with technology present opportunities to engage this generation in new…
Descriptors: Social Media, Learner Engagement, Age Groups, Cognitive Style
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Snyder, Lisa Gueldenzoph – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2010
The emphasis on the importance of collaborative skill is evident at nearly all levels of education. In higher education, teamwork and group skills are critical elements in a business student's training. To be successful in the business world, students must be able to work well in teams. Group work can be a successful learning experience if…
Descriptors: Group Instruction, Teamwork, Learning Experience, Team Training
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Bosco, Susan M.; Jervis, Kathryn J.; Harvey, Diane M. – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
Cooperative learning, defined as students working in teams or groups to accomplish an objective, has had a long history as a method of instruction. The use of teams as an instructional mode in colleges of business and related areas has increased due to the expectation in most organizations that workers can be effective in teams and groups.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Conflict, Cooperative Learning, Teaching Methods
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Hallam, Teresa A.; Hallam, Stephen F. – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
Imagine a computerized learning management system that enables teachers to deliver pertinent learning materials to students. Lectures are prerecorded and made available to download from the learning management system. If all their lectures were prerecorded, what would teachers do in the classroom? Classroom time could be used to coordinate…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Instructional Design, Database Management Systems, Courseware