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Dean, Kathy Lund; Fornaciari, Charles J. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
Over a five-year period, we made a persistent observation: Course structures and routines, such as assignment parameters, student group process rules, and grading schemes were being consistently ignored. As a result, we got distracted by correcting these structural issues and were spending less time on student assignment performance. In this…
Descriptors: College Students, College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Course Organization
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Beatty, Joy E.; Leigh, Jennifer S. A.; Dean, Kathy Lund – Journal of Management Education, 2009
Teaching philosophy statements clarify why we do what we do in the classroom, and the process of drafting a philosophy offers an opportunity for developmental reflection. Personal teaching philosophies can be grounded in the shared foundation of historical educational philosophies. The authors offer here for facilitators a reflective card-sort…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Faculty Development, Reflective Teaching, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Beatty, Joy E.; Leigh, Jennifer S. A.; Dean, Kathy Lund – Journal of Management Education, 2009
Teaching philosophy statements reflect our personal values, connect us to those with shared values in the larger teaching community, and inform our classroom practices. In this article, we explore the often-overlooked foundations of teaching philosophies, specifically philosophy and historical educational philosophies. We review three elements of…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Values, Classroom Environment, Educational History
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Dean, Kathy Lund; Beggs, Jeri Mullins – Journal of Management Education, 2006
After the spectacular ethical breaches in corporate America emerged, business school professors were singled out as having been negligent in teaching ethical standards. This exploratory study asked business school faculty about teaching ethics, including conceptualizations of ethics in a teaching context and opinions of the extent to which…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Ethics, Teaching Methods, College Faculty
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Dean, Kathy Lund – Journal of Management Education, 2005
Standard organizational behavior survey courses usually introduce students to the "nuts and bolts" of organizational work design and models that mechanize work. This article develops an experiential exercise that simulates working conditions that can foster greater student understanding of the affective, ethical, and human aspects of work design.…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Industrial Psychology, Experiential Learning, Simulation
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Katz, Jerome A.; Harshman, Ellen F.; Dean, Kathy Lund – Journal of Management Education, 2000
Review of academic, legal, and ethical considerations leads to the conclusion that nondisclosure agreements are ineffective for protecting students' ideas in the entrepreneurship classroom. Appeals to the ethics of information value and mutual responsibility may be a better approach. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Entrepreneurship, Ethics, Higher Education