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. 11, No. 3, September

An Examination of the Accuracy of Students' Expected Grades
ABSTRACT The accuracy of students' predictions of their final grades in an introductory collegiate course is examined. Accuracy of predictions made at the start of the course and at the time of the final exam are examined and related to selected...
An Improved Pedagogy of Corporate Finance: A Constrained Shareholder Wealth Maximization Goal
ABSTRACT The most prominent textbooks in finance literature present the goal of a firm or financial manager as "unconstrained shareholder wealth maximization (USWM)" and focus on economic efficiency and maximization of shareholder wealth, providing...
An Innovative Approach for Integrating the Sarbanes Oxley Act into the Undergraduate Business Curriculum
ABSTRACT The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 or "SOX" has permanently changed the way the business community operates. As a result, it is important for business students to understand this legislation so that they can add value to future employers. Currently...
Influences on Undergraduates Considering: A Career in Professional Selling
ABSTRACT Studies and occupational forecasts point to a growing number of opportunities for college graduates in the field of professional selling. While there is a substantial body of research on the subject of revising or restructuring the professional...
Leadership: Does Culture Matter? Comparative Practices between Argentina and United States of America
ABSTRACT The topic of leadership in the global marketplace has received a high degree of attention among scholars and practitioners over the past few years. Leadership of organizations and employees has definitely become more important as managing...
Teaching International Public Relations in the International Marketing Course: An Organizing Framework
ABSTRACT While some international marketing textbooks today devote at least a few pages to the public relations function of multinational firms, coverage remains limited and unstructured. To date, there has been no organizing framework to facilitate...
The Effect of Teacher Communication and Course Content on Student Satisfaction and Effectiveness
ABSTRACT The effectiveness of student evaluation of faculty (SEF) has received increasing attention from the academics. In light of this, the present study advances the contributions to the literature in two ways: a) it provides a conceptualization...