Journal of Instructional Pedagogies
The Journal of Instructional Pedagogies (JIP) publishes original academic research related to contemporary instructional techniques and education issues. Educational topics related to delivery methods, implementation of classroom technologies, distance learning, class activities and assessment are typical topics.
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A pilot study examining the effects of time constraints on student performance in accounting classes; David E. Morris, Sr., University of North Georgia; John Scott, University of North Georgia.
Data visualization: an exploratory study into the software tools used by businesses; Michael Diamond, Jacksonville University; Angela Mattia, Jacksonville University.
Using virtual organizations to deliver online content and create an applied learning environment; Montella Smith, Missouri Western State University.
Is your accounting class a flip or flop?; Leslie Weisenfeld, Winston-Salem State University.
An overview of Head Start Program studies; Jeanne Morris Hines, Grand Canyon University.
What is your time worth? A meaningful introductory project in algebra; Scott A. Courtney, Kent State University; Jessica Gibson, Wadsworth High School.
Enhancing student success in health care programs: active learning in a hybrid format; Jitendra Singh, Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Digital pedagogy the millennials’ way: E-book as a course project; William W. Arnold, Pepperdine University.
Turning around high schools via
“Scaffolded Craftsmanship”; Kathleen M. Brown, University of North Carolina; Charles Thompson, East Carolina University; Latricia Townsend, North Carolina State University; Kathleen Roney, University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
A quantitative assessment of student performance and examination format; Christopher B. Davison, Ball State University; Gandzhina Dustova, Ball State University.
Volume 17 - November, 2015:
Using a brand revitalization project to develop students’ analytical and creativity skills; Gary L. Geissler, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Integrating Corporate Governance Concepts in the classroom with the Risk Assessment Project; Raymond J Elson, Valdosta State University; Susanne O’Callaghan, Pace University; John P. Walker, CUNY/Queens College.
Preservice teachers as investigative science mentors: Advancing self-efficacy through school-based professional development; Ingrid M. Flores, California State University San Marcos.
Enhancing the online class: Effective use of synchronous interactive
online instruction; Enid Acosta-Tello, National University.
Innovative interdisciplinary business courses offered in partnership
with social institutions: an update; William P. Cordeiro, California State University Channel Islands; Dennis Muraoka, California State University Channel Islands.
Consequences for the Future Wellbeing of Students; Ronald Saltinski, National University.
Perceptions and expectations of online graduate students
regarding synchronous events; Jeffrey L. Bailie, Kaplan University.
Building student success using problem-based learning approach in the accounting classroom ; Todd A. Shawver, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Applying a hybrid model: Can it enhance student learning outcomes?; Jody Potter, Robert Morris University.
Volume 16 - July, 2015:
Deep exploration of the flipped classroom before implementing; Brenda Logan, Ed.D., Armstrong State University.
Influence of self-regulated learning and parental education on post-secondary remediation; Carolyn Orange, University of Texas – San Antonio; Traci L. Hodges, University of Missouri – St. Louis.
Confronting pedagogy in “Confronting Globalization”:
The use of role-play simulations to foster interdisciplinary/global learning; Lesley A. DeNardis, Sacred Heart University.
E-learning and flipped instruction integration in business education: a proposed pedagogical model; Chula King, The University of West Florida; Chris Piotrowski, The University of West Florida.
Educators’ perceptions of Response To Intervention implementation and impact on student learning; Carolina Cowan, Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District; Gerri Maxwell, Texas A&M University - Kingsville.
Integration of blackboard in the online learning environment; Monica Masino, The University of the West Indies Open Campus, Barbados.
Achievement and experiences of first and second-generation students in a rural south Texas high school; David Montemayor, Robert E. Lee Elementary School; Lori Kupczynski, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Using technology to provide differentiated instruction for deaf learners; Carol M. Shepherd, National University; Madelon Alpert, National University.
The relationship between teacher knowledge and skills and teacher attitude towards students with disabilities among elementary, middle and high school teachers in rural Texas schools; Veronica Alfaro, Santa Gertrudis Independent School District; Lori Kupczynski, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
An example of the use of research methods and findings as an experiential learning exercise in an accounting theory course; Bruce Bublitz, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Kirk Philipich, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Robert Blatz, University of Michigan - Dearborn.
Should college education play a significant role in teaching students about ethics?; Phillip D. Coleman, Western Kentucky University; John K. Atkinson, Western Kentucky University; Shashie Waduge, Western Kentucky University.
Culturally responsive practices as whole school reform; V.M. Mayfield, University of Colorado, Denver; Dorothy Garrison-Wade, University of Colorado, Denver.
Volume 15 - October, 2014:
South Texas Teachers’ and Leaders’ Perceptions of Multicultural Education; Monica Rosalina Medina Jimenez, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Norma A. Guzmán, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Gerri M. Maxwell, Texas A&M University – Kingsville.
Designing an online in-house major field learning test; Gilda Agacer, Monmouth University; Andreas Christofi, Monmouth University; Donald Moliver, Monmouth University.
To the end of the world and back: A primer for international study trips; Terry L. Fox, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; James King, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; Michelle Reina, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Blended learning and teaching writing: A teacher action research project; Faye Marsha G. Camahalan, Indiana University Southeast; Andrea G. Ruley, Indiana University Southeast.
A student-centered guest lecturing: A constructivism approach to promote student engagement; Lei Li, Southern Polytechnic State University; Rong Guo, University of West Georgia.
Tools for engaging online learners: Increasing student involvement in online classes; Lei Li, Enid Acosta-Tello, National University.
A program evaluation of the Language Lab™: Response to intervention program for teaching grammar, vocabulary, and storytelling; JoAnn Wiechmann, Walden University; Martha Richardson, Walden University; Don Jones, Texas A&M University - Kingsville.
Online teaching best practices to better engage students with quantitative material; Alicia Graziosi Strandberg, Villanova School of Business;
Kathleen Campbell, Saint Joseph’s University.
Challenges in database design with Microsoft Access; Jerzy Letkowski, Western New England University.
School-based human rights education:
Young Bahrainis' knowledge and understanding; Fatima H. Eid, Secretariat-General of the Higher Education Council, Kingdom of Bahrain.
Blended course design for multi-campus technology instruction: An expository study; Evelyn Thrasher, Western Kentucky University; Phillip Coleman, Western Kentucky University; Jeffrey Willis, Western Kentucky University.
‘Sankofa’ teaching and learning: evaluating relevance for today’s African-American student; Medha Talpade, Clark Atlanta University; Salil Talpade, University of West Georgia.
Designing a holistic experiential MBA course for 21st century leaders; Deirdre Dixon, The University of Tampa.
Volume 14 - March, 2014:
To the end of the world and back: A primer for international study trips; Terry L. Fox, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; James King, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; Michelle Reina, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
Corporate partnering for role play competitions in an advanced selling course; Allen Schaefer, Missouri State University; Diana L. Haytko, Florida Gulf Coast University.
Visual teaching model for introducing programming languages; Ronald Shehane, Troy University; Steven Sherman, Troy University.
Let’s talk about writing: A case study on a successful research writing seminar; ; Fei Wang,Ji Mei University, China.
Rural South Texas curriculum coaches’ perceptions of the use and effectiveness of formative assessment by classroom teachers in guiding instruction; Esequiel Garcia, La Feria Independent School District; Gerri M. Maxwell, Texas A&M University Kingsville.
A comparison between academic performance of native and transfer students in a quantitative business course; Tarek Buhagiar, University of Central Florida; Robert Potter, University of Central Florida.
Evolving a technology integration ethos: technology habits of pre-service and in-service teachers; Joshua D. DeSantis, York College of Pennsylvania; Jennifer V. Rotigel, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Flipping the graduate classroom: Getting started lesson from the field; Stephanie James, Jacksonville University.
Supporting online management education with Facebook and Google Plus; Lee E. Weyant, Kutztown University.
Digital communication technologies for teachers of science and mathematics in Mexico; J. Gabriel Domínguez Castillo, Autonomous University of Yucatán; Alexander N. Chen, University Central of Arkansas; José Antonio Ortega Carrillo, University of Granada; David McCalman, University Central of Arkansas.
Faculty financial incentives/disincentives in online education ; David Fehr, Southern New Hampshire University.
Recalling childhood memories: An instructional approach using grounded theory; Faye Marsha G. Camahalan, Indiana University Southeast.
Incorporating international studies and cultural differences in the business classroom; Joshua D. Hall, The University of Tampa; Cheri G. Etling, The University of Tampa.
Volume 13 - February, 2014:
Bringing marketing research to life via secret shopping; Gary L. Geissler, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Bridging the generation gap: “growing golf” through an action learning activity; Norb Elbert, Eastern Kentucky University; Kevin J. Cumiskey, Eastern Kentucky University.
Model for efficient and effective footnote disclosure in pedagogical and practitioner application; Maria L. Bullen, Dominican University of California; Gregory S. Kordecki, Clayton State University.
Use of traditional and smartphone app flashcards in an introductory psychology class; Stephen R. Burgess, Southwestern Oklahoma State University; Ashley B. Murray, Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Addressing cross-disciplinary graduate-level learning goals through game design; James Farrell, Florida Southern College; Cindy Hardin, Florida Southern College.
A principles-based approach to teaching International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS); Obeua Persons, Rider University.
Chinese learning styles – blending Confucian and Western theories; Charles Corcoran, University of Wisconsin – River Falls.
Teaching beyond the classroom walls: The pros and cons of cyber learning; La Vonne Fedynich, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Value co-creation through learning styles segmentation and integrated course design; Mark Young, Winona State University; Marianne K. Collins, Winona State University.
Integrating Facebook in the classroom: Pedagogical dilemmas; Jesse Perez Mendez, Oklahoma State University; Ky Le, Oklahoma State University; Jose De La Cruz, Oklahoma State University.
The value of video in online instruction; Denis P. Rudd II, Robert Morris University; Denis P. Rudd, Robert Morris University.
Do instructional protocols placed on online faculty correlate with learner expectations?; Jeffrey L. Bailie, Kaplan University.
Volume 12 - September, 2013:
Graphing calculators in teaching statistical p-values to elementary statistics students; Eric Benson, American University in Dubai.
The use of Information and Communications Technology in teaching and e-learning in the Caribbean; Monica Masino, The University of the West Indies Open Campus.
Utilization of social media in marketing classes; Charlotte Allen, Stephen F. Austin State University.
Designing online management education courses using the Community of Inquiry framework; Lee E. Weyant, Kutztown University.
An investigation of the effectiveness of work related learning: A case of the industrial attachment program offered by the faculty of commerce, University of Zimbabwe; Wilson Matamande, University of Zimbabwe; Loveness Nyikahadzoi, University of Zimbabwe; Ever Taderera, Midlands State University; Elinah Mandimika, University of Zimbabwe.
Using courthouse portfolios to establish rapport and motivate college students; Ruben Gentry, Jackson State University.
Finding connections: Using accounting concepts in a career planning class; Michelle Wang, Borough of Manhattan Community College.
Differences in middle school science achievement by school district size; Matthew James Mann, Pleasanton ISD, Pleasanton, TX; Gerri M. Maxwell, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Glenda Holland, Texas A&M University - Commerce.
Effectiveness of problem-based learning in introductory business courses; Katherine B. Hartman, Ohio University; Christopher R. Moberg, Ohio University; Jamie M. Lambert, Ohio University.
Student performance predictors involving numerically based subject matter: lecture versus web presentation; Krisandra Guidry, Nicholls State University.
The impact of student teaching on discipline referrals in an urban Texas school district; Brian Uriegas, Comal Independent School District; Lori Kupczynski,
Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Bridging the scholar-practitioner gap: The San Antonio Export Leaders Program; Sara C. Jackson, University of the Incarnate Word.
Volume 11 - May, 2013: (order printed edition)
The computational estimation and instructional perspectives of elementary school teachers; Dr. Yea-Ling Tsao, Minnesota State University Mankato; Ting-Rung Pan, Dun Hua Elementary School Taipei, Taiwan.
Integrating active learning and assessment in the accounting classroom; Fonda L. Carter, Columbus State University; Patrick T. Hogan, Columbus State University.
Teaching college microeconomics: online vs. traditional classroom instruction; Cynthia McCarty, Jacksonville State University; Doris Bennett, Jacksonville State University; Shawn Carter, Jacksonville State University.
Instructional coaching at selected middle schools in south Texas
and effects on student achievement; SantaPaula Gama Garcia, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Don Jones, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Glenda Holland, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University - Kingsville.
Real world projects: Creating a home-grown fundraiser for your sales course; Monica B. Fine, Coastal Carolina University; Paul C. Clark, Coastal Carolina University.
Friday forum and the AICPA core competency framework: honing students’ personal competencies
; Grace F. Johnson, Marietta College.
Student perceived importance and correlations of selected computer
literacy course topics; Mark Ciampa, Western Kentucky University.
Supporting the development of students’ academic writing through collaborative process writing; Faustin Mutwarasibo, National University of Rwanda & Linköping University.
Linking children’s literature with social studies in the elementary curriculum; Gina M. Almerico, The University of Tampa.
Persuading investors: emphasizing communication in a finance simulation; Michael T. Yest, Tulane University; Kelly A. Grant, Tulane University.
Language & cultural challenges facing business faculty in the ever-expanding global classroom; Glen M. Vogel, Hofstra University.
The meta language of accounting: what’s the level of students’ understanding?; Raymond J Elson, Valdosta State University; Susanne O’Callaghan, Pace University; John P. Walker, Queens College - CUNY; Robert Williams, Valdosta State University.
Volume 10 - April 2013:
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Flexibles grouping, explicit reading instruction in elementary school; France Dubé, Université du Québec à Montréal; Catherine Dorval, Université du Québec à Montréal; Lyne Bessette, Université du Québec à Montréal.
Using a multimedia mix to teach concepts of business administration; Steve Dunphy, Indiana University Northwest; David G. Meyer, University of Akron.
Discipline based instruction in business law; Richard E. Custin, University of San Diego; John C. Demas, University of San Diego; Marc Lampe, University of San Diego; Colette L. Custin, University of San Diego.
Making a difference for the bullied: teachers’ responsibilities for responding to bullying; Janet F. McCarra,
Mississippi State University—Meridian Campus; Jeanne Forrester, Albuquerque Public Schools, NM.
Public speaking anxiety: comparing face-to-face and web-based speeches; Scott Campbell, National University; James Larson, ational University.
The digital future of education - the Cloud or the Matrix?; Ronald Saltinski, National University.
Can we apply TAM in computer-based classes?; David Williams, University of Tennessee at Martin; Denise Williams, University of Tennessee at Martin.
Effect of notecard restrictions on student presentations; Ronald Decker,
Winona State University; Leon Tyler, Winona State University.
A little knowledge goes a long way: Student expectation and satisfaction with hybrid learning; Mary Beth Pinto, Penn State Erie; Wayne Anderson, Penn State Erie.
Prior-to-exam: what activities enhance performance?; CJ Rhoads, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Therese Healy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
Predictors of student success in online courses: quantitative versus qualitative subject matter; Krisandra Guidry, Nicholls State University.
Classroom antics: Fun with a purpose; David E. Deviney, Tarleton State University; John Crawford,
Lipscomb University; Kevin L. Elder, Georgia Southern University.
Volume 9 - October 2012:
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The effects of implementing a reading workshop in middle school language arts classrooms; Angela Falter Thomas, Bowling Green State University.
Methodology and practical tools for enhancing an accounting/ business ethics class; Laura Jean Kreissl, West Texas A&M University; Alice Upshaw, West Texas A&M University.
Enhancing the understanding of government and nonprofit accounting with THE PUZZLE GAME: a pilot study; Raymond J Elson, Valdosta State University; S. Andrew Ostapski, Valdosta State University; Susanne O’Callaghan, Pace University; John P. Walker; Queens College/CUNY.
Social networking tools in a university setting:
a students perspective; Diana L. Haytko, Florida Gulf Coast University; R. Stephen Parker, Missouri State University.
Make student reading interesting: an analysis of student reading in two courses; Jeremy J. O’Connor, Rockhurst University.
Religious private high school students’ perceptions of effective teaching; Cherylann Dozier, Eastern New Mexico University.
Using group projects to assess the learning of sampling distributions; Robert O. Neidigh, Shippensburg University; Jake Dunkelberger, Shippensburg University.
Cooperative-experiential learning: using student-developed games to increase knowledge retention; Kerri M. Camp, The University of Texas at Tyler; Sherry Avery, The University of Texas at Tyler; Roger Lirely, The University of Texas at Tyler.
Improving the pedagogy of Capital Structure Theory: an Excel application; Ramon Baltazar, Dalhousie University; Bryan Maybee, Curtin University; Michael R. Santos, Sonoma State University.
Learning to play a musical instrument with a digital portfolio tool; Rena Upitis, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada; Philip C. Abrami, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Julia Brook, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada; Meagan Troop, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada; Wynnpaul Varela, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Term paper quality of online vs. traditional students; Stephen Hayward, West Texas A&M University; Rex Pjesky, West Texas A&M University.
Integrating critical spreadsheet competencies into the accounting curriculum; L. Melissa Walters, The University of Tampa; Teresa M. Pergola, The University of Tampa.
Volume 8 - July 2012:
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Teaching time value of money to dyslexic students: a pilot case study; Daria Newfeld, Dominican University.
Mnemonic aids during tests: Worthless frivolity or effective tool in statistics education?; Karen H. Larwin, Youngstown State University; David A. Larwin, Kent State University, Salem; Jennifer Gorman, University of Kutztown.
Exploring U.S. westward expansion in the elementary and middle school curriculum through tall tales; Gina M. Almerico, The University of Tampa; Nicole Martin, The University of Tampa; William Masuck, The University of Tampa; Cynthia Strickland, The University of Tampa; Jessica Thomas, The University of Tampa.
The coach-team approach: an introductory accounting instructional alternative; Lynette I. Wood, Winston-Salem State University.
Faculty social networking interactions: using social domain theory to assess student views; Patricia L. Nemetz, Eastern Washington University.
Who’s an old lady?; Lindsey Nicholson, Mississippi State University-Meridian; Frances McLaurin, Mississippi State University-Meridian; Kimberly Triplett, Mississippi State University-Meridian.
Collaboration skills pre-service teachers acquire in a responsive preparation program; Ruben Gentry, Jackson State University.
Improving students’ critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills; Gary L. Geissler, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Steve W. Edison, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Jane P. Wayland, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Effectiveness of inquiry-based and teacher-directed instruction in an Alabama elementary school; Joanna Taylor, Troy City Board of Education; Jerry Bilbrey, Anderson University.
The effect of introducing coaching from an experienced business professional on performance in a computer simulation classroom exercise; J. Barry Dickinson, Holy Family University; Carleen D. Dickinson, Rowan University.
Louisiana teachers’ familiarity, usefulness and recommendation of content literacy strategies; Mary E. Howe, Walden University; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University at Kingsville; Lori Kupczynski, Texas A&M University at Kingsville; Carrice Cummins, Louisiana Tech University.
Engaging later-life learners through portfolio writing; Egerton Clarke, Kent State University at Salem; Christine Hornyak, Kent State University at East Liverpool.
Volume 7 - February, 2012
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Web-based versus classroom-based instruction: an empirical comparison of student performance; Evelyn H. Thrasher, Western Kentucky University; Phillip D. Coleman, Western Kentucky University; J. Kirk Atkinson, Western Kentucky University.
The influence of ability tracking on the performances of minority learners; Gheorghita M. Faitar, D’Youville College; Silviu L. Faitar, D’Youville College.
Integration: an elusive concept; Beena George, University of St. Thomas, Houston; Natalya Delcoure, University of St. Thomas, Houston.
An exploratory study of student motivations for taking online courses and learning outcomes; Sarath A. Nonis, Arkansas State University; Grant H. Fenner, Arkansas State University.
Are real world projects worth the risk? Evidence from service learning projects; Janis Warner, Sam Houston State University; Michael Glissmeyer, Sam Houston State University; Qiannong Gu, Sam Houston State University.
Integrating finance and accounting through a business combination assignment; Richard Walstra, Dominican University; Steve Harrington, Dominican University; Anne Drougas, Dominican University; Raymond Pollastrini, Dominican University.
Using TPCK with digital storytelling to investigate contemporary issues in educational technology; Ellen Maddin, Northern Kentucky University.
Does reflective learning take place in online MBA introductory quantitative courses?; Blake A. Frank, University of Dallas; Robert J. Walsh, University of Dallas.
Intentionally evaluating course and project design for achieving global contextual learning; Laura E. Fitzpatrick, Rockhurst University; Cheryl McConnell, Rockhurst University.
Math CAMMP: A constructivist summer camp for teachers and students; Michael Green, UNC Charlotte; John A. Piel, UNC Charlotte.
The accounting capstone problem; Henry Elrod, University of the Incarnate Word; J. T. Norris, University of the Incarnate Word.
Gender differences in the effectiveness of Google Forms in class; Dong-gook "DK" Kim, Dalton State College; Chongwoo Park, Georgia Gwinnett College.
Volume 6 - September, 2011 (order printed edition)
Using VITA service learning experiences to teach hypothesis testing and p-value analysis; Anne Drougas, Dominican University; Steve Harrington, Dominican University.
Teaching computer science courses in distance learning; Xiaoli Huan, Troy University; Ronald Shehane, Troy University; Adel Ali, University of Minnesota, Crookston.
Sales course design using experiential learning principles and Bloom’s taxonomy; William J. Healy, William Paterson University; Zinaida Taran, Penn State University; Stephen C. Betts, William Paterson University.
Learning to teach in second life: a novice adventure in virtual reality; Maureen Ellis, East Carolina University; Patricia Anderson, East Carolina University.
How students learn: improving teaching techniques for business discipline courses; Bob Cluskey, Troy University Global Campus; Matt Elbeck, Troy University Dothan; Kathy Hill, Sam Houston State University; Dave Strupeck, Indiana University Northwest.
Using storytelling to increase interest and recollection in finance concepts; Lonnie Bryant, The University of Tampa; Renard Harris, The College of Charleston.
Virtual enterprise: transforming entrepreneurship education; Anthony Borgese, City University of New York- Kingsborough Community College.
Foundations of online education at Tarleton State University; Wayne Atchley, Tarleton State University; Gary Wingenbach, Texas A&M University.
Student perceptions of cheating in online business courses; Michael P. Watters, Henderson State University; Paul J. “Jep” Robertson, University of Texas-Brownsville; Renae K. Clark, Henderson State University.
Economies and effectiveness in educating personnel for individuals with disabilities; Ruben Gentry, Jackson State University.
Simulation software effect on college students spreadsheet project scores; J. Kirk Atkinson, Western Kentucky University; Evelyn H. Thrasher, Western Kentucky University; Phillip Coleman, Western Kentucky University.
Using and assessing an experiential learning project in a retail marketing course; Therese A. Maskulka, Kutztown University; David E. Stout, Youngstown State University; Victor J. Massad, Kutztown University.
Volume 5 - May, 2011 (order printed edition)
Management educators can bring awareness to the need to plan for succession;Jolene Lampton, Park University. .
A tale of two schools; Phillip Coleman, Western Kentucky University; Ray Blankenship, Western Kentucky University.
Socioeconomic status, ethnicity and the context of achievement in minority education; Gheorghita Faitar, D’Youville College, Buffalo, N.Y. .
Evaluating Web-Based Learning Systems; Teresa Pergola, The University of Tampa; L. Melissa Walters, The University of Tampa .
A study of the gender differences on spreadsheet grades for undergraduate students; Phillip Coleman, Western Kentucky University; J. Kirk Atkinson, Western Kentucky University; Evelyn Thrasher, Western Kentucky University.
Developing leadership skills in a virtual simulation: coaching the affiliative style leader; Kathy Gurley, Fayetteville State University; Dawn Wilson, Fayetteville State University.
Managing international consulting projects and international business courses using virtual teams; Cheryl Prachyl, University of North Texas at Dallas; Hector Quintanilla, Texas Wesleyan University; Luis Antonio Gutiérrez, ITESM, Campus Saltillo.
The new HD Classroom: a "Hyper Diverse" approach to engaging with students; Leigh Browning, West Texas A&M University; R. Nicholas Gerlich, West Texas A&M University; Lori Westermann, West Texas A&M University.
The impact of technology on Hispanic students; Cheryl Kelsey, Texas A&M University – San Antonio; Guadalupe Mata-Claflin, Mission Consolidated Independent School District; Glenda Holland, Texas A&M University—Kingsville; Jose Eduardo Castillo, Texas A&M University—Kingsville.
Formative assessment: the one-minute paper vs. the daily quiz; Felix Kwan, Maryville University in St. Louis.
Understanding market concentration: internet-based applications from the banking industry; Fred H. Hays, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Sidne Gail Ward, University of Missouri-Kansas City.
A study of factors affecting online student success at the graduate level; Lori Kupczynski, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Don Jones, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Volume 4 - October 2010 (order printed edition)
Pedometers: a strategy to promote increased physical activity among college students; Debra Hackmann, Mount San Antonio College; Joseph Mintah, Azusa Pacific University.
Online teacher education programs: social connectedness and the learning experience; David Daves, University of Southern Mississippi; Jalynn Roberts, University of Southern Mississippi.
Using a common experience to teach introductory managerial accounting; Gail Hoover King, Rockhurst University; Cheryl McConnell, Rockhurst University.
Do teacher attitudes impact literacy strategy implementation in content area classrooms?; Tanya McCoss-Yergian, Southwest Minnesota State University; Loddie Krepps.
A study of pupil control ideology: a person-oriented approach to data analysis; Joseph Adwere-Boamah, Alliant International University.
True/false test: Enhancing its power through writing; Felix Kwan, Maryville University St. Louis.
Transfer of learning across courses in an MBA curriculum: a managerial finance case study; Robert Stretcher, Sam Houston State University; Geraldine Hynes, Sam Houston State University; Bala Maniam, Sam Houston State University.
Developing sustainable learning communities through blogging; Richard Custin, University of San Diego; Linda Barkacs, University of San Diego.
Using clinical teaching assistants to foster student engagement in online courses; Kerry Gatlin, University of North Alabama; Paulette Alexander, University of North Alabama, Sam Houston State University.
Classroom research: a tool for preparing pre-service teachers to become reflective practitioners; Eucabeth Odhiambo, Shippensburg University.
Integrating Real World Entities into an Academic Curriculum; Terrance Tompkins, Drexel University; Marc Schlesinger.
Using journals to enhance learning in business classes; Deborah Hocking, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.
Volume 3 - June 2010 (order printed edition)
Rewards for reading: their effects on reading motivation; Pin-Hwa Chen, National Pingtung University of Education, Taiwan; Jen-Rung Wu, Lishe Elementary School, Taiwan.
Action research: enhancing classroom practice and fulfilling educational responsibilities; Mark Young, Winona State University; Eve Rapp, Winona State University; James Murphy, Winona State University.
Adding a Community University Educational Summit (CUES) to enhance service learning in management education; Catherine Levitt, California State University San Bernardino-Palm Desert Campus; Cynthia Schriehans, California State University San Bernardino-Palm Desert Campus.
Issues in offering numeric based courses in an online environment; Scott Mensch, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Reality-based learning: how to nurture reality stars from classroom to workforce; Kevin Cojanu, Kaplan University; Cedrick Gibson, Indian River State College; Susan Pettine, Kaplan University.
To stream or not to stream in a quantitative business course; Tarek Buhagiar, University of Central Florida; Robert Potter, University of Central Florida.
Environmental impacts on GPA for accelerated schools: A values and behavioral approach;David Deviney, Tarleton State University; LaVelle Mills, West Texas A&M University; R. Nicholas Gerlich, West Texas A&M University.
360 approach to assessing cross-cultural intelligence: use of film; Wilbur Smith, Florida A&M University; Nanda Shrestha, Florida A&M University; Charles Evans, Florida A&M University.
Developing higher level thinking; Barbara Limbach, Chadron State College; Wendy Waugh, Chadron State College.
Using manipulatives to teach elementary mathematics; Matthew Boggan, Mississippi State University; Sallie Harper, Mississippi State University; Anna Whitmire, Mississippi State University.
Using video feedback to measure self-efficacy; Linda Bobo, Stephen F. Austin State University; Amanda Andrews, Troy University.
Emotional intelligence: Pedagogical considerations for skills-based learning in business communication courses; Lucia Sigmar, Sam Houston State University; Geraldine Hynes, Sam Houston State University; Tab Cooper, Sam Houston State University.
Volume 2 - March 2010 (order printed edition)
Professional presence and soft skills: a role for accounting education; George Kermis, Canisius College; Marguerite Kermis, Canisius College.
Should the Bible be taught as a literary classic in public education?
; Max Malikow, Syracuse University. .
Creating a paperless classroom with the best of two worlds; Jeremy Fei Wang, Marietta College.
Profiling a mind map user: a descriptive appraisal; Joanne Tucker, Shippensburg University; Gary Armstrong, Shippensburg University, Victor Massad, Kutztown University.
Multimedia use in higher education: promises and pitfalls; Gregory Krippel, Coastal Carolina University; A. James McKee, Fort Lewis College; Janette Moody, The Citadel.
What killed this bank? Financial autopsy as an experiential learning tool; Fred Hays, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Stephen DeLurgio, University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Use of video feedback in the training of pre-service teachers ; Amanda Andrews, Troy University; Linda Bobo, Stephen F Austin University; Amy Spurlock, Troy University.
Grant writing skill building: a business administration curriculum proposal; Dianna Blankenship, Texas Center for the Judiciary; Irma Jones, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Marvin Lovett, The University of Texas at Brownsville.
Evaluating art studio courses at Sultan Qaboos University in light of the discipline based art education theory; Mohammed Al-Amri, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.
Comparing men’s and women’s perception of modality of teaching business ethics; Iraj Mahdavi, National University.
Lessons learned from “The Oracle of Omaha” Warren Buffett; Todd Finkle, The University of Akron.
Student-focused strategies for the modern classroom; Maureen Hannay, Troy University; Robert Kitahara, Troy University; Cherie Fretwell, Troy University.
Volume 1 - September 2009 (order printed edition)
Student Perceptions of How Technology Impacts the Quality of Instruction and Learning; Thomas Davies, The University of South Dakota; Angeline M. Lavin, The University of South Dakota; Leon Korte, The University of South Dakota. .
Using Student Managed Businesses to Integrate the Business Curriculum<; Victor Massad,
Pennsylvania State University; Joanne Tucker, Shippensburg University. .
A Model for Teaching Ethical Meta-Principles: A Descriptive Experience; Irma Jones, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Olivia Rivas, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Margarita Mancillas, The University of Texas at Brownsville. .
The effects of self-regulated learning strategies and system satisfaction regarding learner’s performance in e-learning environment; Jong-Ki Lee, Kyungpook National University. .
Developing a Service Learning Project to Enhance Business Students’ Mentoring Skills; Warren Schlesinger, Ithaca College; Alan Cohen, Ithaca College. .
Student Performance in Online Quizzes as a Function of Time in Undergraduate Financial Management Courses; Oliver Schnusenberg, The University of North Florida. .
A Model for Individualizing Grade Determination in the Classroom; Samuel Hazen, Tarleton State University; Rusty Freed, Tarleton State University; Dan Dudley, Tarleton State University. .
Student Satisfaction in Web-enhanced Learning Environments; Charles Hermans, Missouri State University; Diana Haytko, Florida Gulf Coast University; Beth Mott-Stenerson, University of Southern Indiana. .
Content and Method in the Teaching of Marketing Research Revisited; Holt Wilson, Central Michigan University; Concha Neeley, Central Michigan University; Kelly Niedzwiecki, Central Michigan University. .
Corporate Sponsorship in the Marketing Curriculum: A Preliminary Investigation; Ann Kuzma, Minnesota State University, Mankato; John Kuzma, Minnesota State University, Mankato. .
Mind-Body Connection on a High Wire: A Cross Disciplinary Ropes Course Experience for Graduate Students; Louise Graham, Bridgewater State College; Ellyn Robinson, Bridgewater State College. .
An answer to the AICPA core competencies challenge; Deborah Hocking, Shippensburg University; Ralph Hockng, Shippensburg University. .
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