The Journal of Research in Business Education

Articles from Vol. 50, No. 2, Spring

A Study of Teacher Perceptions of Instructional Technology Integration in the Classroom
AbstractTeachers focus on teaching students technology skills, which include making the technology work, but many teachers are not comfortable with the skills of integration and active learning using technology. An important factor for effective integration...
A Trend Study: Technology Adoption in the Teaching-Learning Process by Secondary Business Teachers - 2002 and 2007
AbstractThis study determined Louisiana secondary business teachers' adoption of technology for use in instruction. Teachers have increased their technology adoption for use in instruction over the past five years, although they still do not have access...
Characteristics and Effectiveness of the U.S. State E-Government - to - Business Services
AbstractThis study examined the user-interface characteristics and effectiveness of the e-government-to-business (G2B) sites of the 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. A group of 306 online users were trained to assess the sites. The findings indicate...
Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills
AbstractCritical thinking is a learned skill that requires instruction and practice. Business education instructors at both the secondary and post-secondary levels can enhance students' critical thinking skills by (1) using instructional strategies that...