Educational Innovation in Economics and Business II: In Search of Quality / Edition 1by Dirk T. Tempelaar
Pub. Date: 02/28/1998
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This second volume in the series Educational Innovation in Economics and Business is dedicated to the theme of quality in business and economics education. The first volume focused on problem-based learning. This one shares a strong emphasis on innovative educational technology that puts the student in an active position and so makes the switch from teaching to… See more details below
This second volume in the series Educational Innovation in Economics and Business is dedicated to the theme of quality in business and economics education. The first volume focused on problem-based learning. This one shares a strong emphasis on innovative educational technology that puts the student in an active position and so makes the switch from teaching to learning. Alongside problem-based learning, examples of such student-centred modes of education discussed in several contributions to this volume are: experiential learning, resource-based learning, research learning and computer-based learning.
The question of quality arises in any curriculum, whether student-centred or teacher-centred. So another group of papers discusses the general issue of quality audit, quality assessment and quality improvement in higher education. Special attention is paid to the role student assessment and student feedback play in achieving and maintaining a high level of quality.
This volume addresses itself to teachers in higher and further education, trainers at corporate education centres, and educational psychologists as well as university or faculty administrators involved in curriculum design.
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Table of Contents
Preface. Part 1: Quality as a Search Process. Experiences from Evaluations; L. Engwall. Underlying Trends in Quality Assessment; R.D. Hodgkinson. A Methodological Proposal for Permanent Updating of the Curricula at the Undergraduate Level; M.M. Schwalb. Part 2: Quality and the Use of Resources. Evaluation of an 'Off-The-Shelf' Multi-Media Package Introduced as Part of a Problem-Based Learning Activity for Students in Higher Education; J. Douglas, L. Hamilton. Teachers Selection Skills and Educational Resources; J. Barford. Quality Enhancement Through Student Feedback: A Computer-Based Approach; Sin Hoon Hum, et al. Students' Perceptions of University Quality: A Field Study Using LISREL and Artificial Intelligence Techniques; M. Sanchez, et al. Part 3: The Contextual Side of Quality. Same-Sex Groups Versus Mixed-Sex Groups of Students: An Empirical Examination of Organisation and Performance; J. Stein, M. Söderlund. Study Behaviour and Problem-Based Learning; J.A. Hommes. Problem-Based Learning, Interpersonal Orientations and Learning Approaches: An Empirical Examination of a Business Education Program; M. Söderlund. Teaching and Organising: The Case of Problem-Based Learning; J. Nijnhuis, A. van Witteloostuijn. Part 4: Quality and Student Assessment. Congruence of Assessment and Instructional System: The Case of Problem-Based Learning; D.T. Tempelaar. High Quality Learning Environments Require High Quality Evaluation Instruments; G.J. Schröder, L.W.M. Wiertz. Does Knowledge Development Originate From Education? L.W.M. Wiertz, P.K. Keizer. Selected-Response Examinations in Student-Centred Curriculum; D.T. Tempelaar. Part 5: Quality As a Search for Creativity. Quality Assessment in Bachelor's and Master's Theses; Ö. Ohlsson. Assessing Innovation and Innovation in Assessment; J. Wells, et al. The Best of Both Worlds: Research Learning and the MBA; R. Berman Brown, S. McCartney. Seeking Quality in Accounting and Auditing Education: TQM and COSO; S.D. Foster, M.B. Greenawalt. Active Pedagogical Methods in Teaching Economics and Business Administration: The Example of Games Applied in Teaching Management; D. Besson. The Generation and Relevance of the Knowledge and Skills of Economics Graduates; H. Heijke, G. Ramaekers. Part 6: The Transiency of Quality. Cognitive Science Perspectives on Learning and Instructional Quality; W.H. Gijselaers, G. Woltjer. Theoretical Approach to the Quality of Courses; U. Braukmann. Learning Marketing; L.T. Eriksson. Abstracts of Selected Workshops, Symposia and Other Papers. Index.
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