Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 3, 2008

And You Thought It Was the Apple: A Study of Job Satisfaction among Teachers
ABSTRACTTeachers are an integral component in providing a strong foundation for enhancement of the United States infrastructure. During the past decade, an enormous amount of time and research have been dedicated to the mission of "No Child Left Behind"...
Client or Student
ABSTRACTDiscussions between instructors and students occur in and outside the classroom. These discussions may involve areas of law, accounting or tax. The student may be seeking the instructor's assistance with a specific personal problem or issue that...
Course Embedded Assessment and Assurance of Learning: Examples in Business Disciplines
ABSTRACTAccrediting bodies, including AACSB, have aggressive standards that require universities to assess student learning. Many institutions initially responded by developing multiple measure plans that assess general satisfaction of instruction within...
Demand for Engineering Graduates in Western Illinois, Southeast Iowa and Northeast Missouri: Assessments and Forecasts
ABSTRACTThis research is part of a new product planning exercise for a higher education institution. The study forecasts total market demand for general engineers in the Western Illinois, Southeast Iowa, and Northeast Missouri region. Then, it discusses...
Hurricane Katrina's Aftermath: The Advancement of E-Learning
ABSTRACTThe rapid advancements of technology in the 21st century have directly impacted every facet of life. Moreover, it has enhanced the delivery of higher education throughout the world. The integration of education and technology has created the...
Introducing Digit Analysis with an Interactive Class Exercise
ABSTRACTInstruction is always the most effective with motivated students. This pedagogical technique begins by requiring the students to create fictitious data which the instructor will demonstrate is false. Students invariably are intrigued by how the...
Reassessing Accounting Faculty Scholarly Expectations: Journal Classification by Author Affiliation
ABSTRACTAn extensive literature exists that determines accounting journal rankings and top research producers both individually and by program. While this research stream provides valuable insights to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of...
Student Attitudes toward International Business and the Internet: An Exploratory Study
ABSTRACTThe Internet as a learning tool in the International Business (IB) curriculum is becoming more widespread because of its informational and multimedia benefits. This research explores the relationship between student attitude toward the Internet...
Teaching and Assessing Basic Concepts to Advanced Applications: Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Inform Graduate Course Design
ABSTRACTGraduate students expect to draw on their experience and expertise to participate in high level discussions and engage in advanced applications of the course material. However the varied backgrounds of the students frequently necessitate a review...