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Educational Innovation in Economics and Business III: Innovative Practices in Business Education / Edition 1

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Overview

The third volume in the series Educational Innovation in Economics and Business contains a unique selection of articles describing different aspects of the development of innovative platforms for business education. It is a comprehensive examination of how business educators may develop innovative learning platforms. It describes new educational technologies like action-based learning, problem-based learning, student-centred education, partnerships between education and business and computer-based education.
The focus of this edited volume is not only business education as such, but it also examines the influence of other disciplines on business education.
Audience: Teachers in higher and further education, trainers at corporate education centers, and educational psychologists, as well as university or faculty administrators involved in innovative practices in business education.

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Preface. Part I: Bridging Academia and Business. Setting the Parameters for Training; N.J. Fellows, R.J. Setze. Joint Ventures in Management Development; D. Keithley, T. Redman. The Future of Economics; J.G. Nellis. Roles of Economics in Business and Management Education; B.K. O'Rourke. The Action Learning Partnership (ALPSĀ®) Model; D. Poole, I.D. Thomas. Part II: Restructuring Single Courses or Focused Approaches. Group Dynamics and Unconscious Organizational Behavior; K. James, et al. Organization-as-Classroom Approaches to Management Education; G.W. Meyer, M.J. Gent. Longitudinal Assessment of Case-Based Teaching in the Required Undergraduate Cost Accounting Course; D.E. Stout, T. Monahan. The Delivery of Accounting in the Problem-Based Learning Environment; D.P. Kirch, G. Carvalho. Part III: Undergraduate Learning Methods. Learning Across Functional Silos; T.A. Watkins, et al. Business 20/20: Ohio University's Integrated Business Core; V.S. Perotti, et al. Project-Based Learning in Leisure Management Training; A. Johnson, T. Snaith. The Postmodern Challenge to 16-19 Business Education in the United Kingdom; C. Raffo, et al. A Collaborative Approach to Improving Students' Critical Thinking on Business Undergraduate Courses in the UK and US; N. Harris, et al. Part IV: Graduate Learning Methods. The Problem Solving Buffet; A. Zohar, C. Middleton. Open Learning Versus Lecturing; R. Ottewill, P.L. Jennings. Application of Problem-Based Learning Pedagogy to Management Education; E.B. Yost, J.L. Keifer. Part V: Use of Technology. Computer-Based Education in a Student-Centered Curriculum; D.T. Tempelaar. Low Cost Multi-Media forDistance Learning; P.R. Gamble. Bread and Butter Multimedia Business Cases; I. Oram. Index.

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