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. 10, No. 1, January

An Examination of Professor Expectations Based on the Kano Model of Customer Satisfaction
ABSTRACT The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) project indicates disappointing results in the frequency of student-faculty interaction and the amount of time that students prepare for class. Both of these discomforting facts illustrate...
B-School Deans' Perceptions of E-Journals
ABSTRACT Electronic journals are clearly now part of the landscape of intellectual, peer-reviewed journals. Given that published intellectual contributions affect faculty pay, promotion, merit and tenure, this survey of business school deans reveals...
Effectively Designing and Implementing the Successful Business Freshmen Experience Course
ABSTRACT This paper describes a systems approach for designing and implementing the business student's Freshman Experience course. The approach is useful in providing a methodology for effectively selecting and implementing core components and assisting...
Factors Affecting Student Achievement in Cost Accounting
ABSTRACT In the last 15 years, there has been little published research on student success in management accounting course work. To our knowledge, there have been no published empirical papers focusing on factors affecting success in upper level...
From Group Assignment to Class E-Business Project: A "Medical Rotation" Approach
ABSTRACT Most group project assignments in MIS or E-commerce courses develop students' intra-group team building skills, but fail to address larger inter-group or cross-functional integration skills. A class e-business project based on a "medical...
Gender Differences in Students' Perceptions of Group Learning Experiences
ABSTRACT This paper examines the effects of gender on students' perceptions of and experiences with group assignments. The motivation for the paper was based on the premise that group learning is an important component of undergraduate business...
Quality, Technology, Experience and the Use of Media Resources in Distance Learning Programs by Two-Year Community Colleges
ABSTRACT In spite of the increase in the number of Distance Learning Programs (DLP) offered by higher education institutions, not all programs have been successful. Successful programs use different types of media resources for instructional delivery....
The Effect of Monetary Incentives on Accounting Student Motivation
ABSTRACT We investigate the effects of monetary incentives on accounting student motivation. Using a within-persons decision modeling approach and Russian accounting student participants to investigate potential motivators, we find students with...
Trends in Students' Perceptions of the Ethicality of Selected Computer Activities
ABSTRACT To determine students' perceptions of the ethicality of selected computer activities, a survey instrument, originally developed and administered in 1994, was administered to 480 business students at a Mid-South university in 2004. Students...
Using the Business Fraud Triangle to Predict Academic Dishonesty among Business Students
ABSTRACT Crib notes, paper mills, cell phones, copying and pasting from the Internet, hand signals during exams, copying homework-the ways in which students engage in academically dishonest behaviors are numerous, and research suggests that most...