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Gibbs, Graham – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This paper, a rejoinder to "Isn't It Time We Did Something about the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" by Marx et al., suggests glancing at practices outside the United States to get some perspective on the nature of the problem of why so little emphasis is placed on teaching preparation in business doctoral…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Snell, Robin Stanley; Chan, Maureen Yin Lee; Ma, Carol Hok Ka; Chan, Carman Ka Man – Journal of Management Education, 2015
We present a road map for providing course-embedded service-learning team projects as opportunities for undergraduates to practice as service leaders in Asia and beyond. Basic foundations are that projects address authentic problems or needs, partner organization representatives (PORs) indicate availability for ongoing consultation, students…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Service Learning, Program Descriptions, Teamwork
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Sargent, Leisa D.; Allen, Belinda C.; Frahm, Jennifer A.; Morris, Gayle – Journal of Management Education, 2009
To address the increasing demand for mass undergraduate management education and, at the same time, a greater emphasis on student teamwork, this study outlines the development, delivery, and evaluation of a training intervention designed to build team-coaching skills in teaching assistants. Specifically, "practice-centered" and…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Class Size, Teaching Assistants, Teacher Role
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Thompson, Edmund R. – Journal of Management Education, 2002
Chinese business administration students in Hong Kong (n=113) identified important characteristics of teachers as follows: ability to stimulate thinking, curiosity, and discussion; enthusiasm; open-mindedness; business, international, and teaching experience; English skills; systematic structure; and feedback. Results suggest Chinese students are…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Cultural Differences, Educational Environment, Foreign Countries