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. 16, No. 3, 2012

A Labor Negotiation Case Useful in an Introductory Business Course
ABSTRACTEffective labor management is critical to the success of an entity. Business students need basic knowledge and skills concerning the creation of a labor agreement. This paper discusses the labor negotiation process as well as a labor negotiation...
Assessment of a Master of Accountancy Program: A Case Study at the University of Idaho
ABSTRACTThe Accounting Department faculty at the University of Idaho developed a formal and systematic assurance of learning plan to demonstrate that graduates achieve learning expectations. The Master of Accountancy Assessment Plan provides guidance...
Evaluation of Distance Education Components: A Case Study of Associate Degree Programs
ABSTRACTIn 2008-2009 academic years, distance education classes were added to the associate degree programs in Istanbul Aydin University. The distance education components that were used included items such as, asynchronous education, synchronous education,...
Extending the Forer Test beyond Face Validity: An Experiential Approach to Teaching Social Science Methodology
ABSTRACTStudents studying social science methodology have difficulty understanding the concept of validity beyond the face validity. Several generations of psychology students have taken the 'Forer Test' and learned not to rely on face validity. In the...
Mindfulness-Based Business Ethics Education
ABSTRACTThere are multiple methods for teaching business ethics. Unfortunately, using approaches such as philosophy, religion, case studies and moral dilemmas have had little significant impact in creating more ethical business professionals. Studies...
Nontraditional Adult Masters Degree Students and Their Choice of Program of Study
ABSTRACTThe present study examines nontraditional, adult graduate students' demographic profile and relates this to their enrollment in a graduate program of study. We survey 407 students enrolled in either a MBA, MHA, MSL or a combination program offered...
Relationship between Dissimiliar Cognitive Styles and Use of Learning Strategies in Undergraduate Students
ABSTRACTThough the sea of research on study of cognitive styles and/or learning styles was said to be common knowledge (Riener & Willingham, 2010), evidence-based research to support the literature on the existence of dissimilar learning styles in...
The Team vs. the Individual: Login Activity as a Predictor of Web-Based Simulation Team Success
ABSTRACTThe investigation into the student group dynamic provides insight into pedagogical strategy of utilizing groups in the classroom. Student groups have been found to be more productive than the individual in their ability to introduce diversity...
Total Quality Culture (Tqc) in Educational Institutions: A Gulf Corporation Council (Gcc) Region Study
ABSTRACTAdoption of Total Quality Management (TQM) principles has been recognised as a new framework for managing change within educational institutions. Although there have been studies examining the adoption of TQM, research on Total Quality Culture...