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. 15, No. 4, 2011

A Recursive Process Model for Aacsb Assurance of Learning
ABSTRACTIn 2003, AACSB International made an evolutionary revision of its Assurance of Learning (AoL) standards for accreditation, putting more emphasis on direct assessment of learning and calling for degree program leadership accountability for high...
Conceptualization and Measurement of Perceived Risk of Online Education
ABSTRACTWhile there has been growing interest regarding online education (OE), there is no scale available to measure students' perceived risk of OE. This study develops a reliable and valid scale to measure perceived risk of OE using both qualitative...
C-Scape: One Business School's Answer to the Sophomore Slump
ABSTRACTC-scape is one university's unique sophomore year integrated learning experience, designed to help students to plan their careers. It takes students through a comprehensive process of discovering and integrating their personal and professional...
Differences of Students' Satisfaction with College Professors: The Impact of Student Gender on Satisfaction
ABSTRACTThis study examines whether the student's gender impacts his or her perceptions of the classroom experience. Student satisfaction with a class, and ultimately a university, are influenced by relationships with instructors, as well as success...
Ethics in Accounting: An Indispensable Course?
ABSTRACTFollowing the unmasking of billion-dollar earnings manipulations at corporations such as Enron and WorldCom in the early 2000s, the accounting profession has had to reexamine ethics and its implications (Duska & Duska, 2003). Shortly after,...
Evidence on Instructional Technology and Student Engagement in an Auditing Course
ABSTRACTThe introduction of the instructional technology initiates the shift of the focus of learning environment from instructors to students. The availability of the online learning tools provides the chance for instructors to enhance the student engagement...
Multi-Level Modeling of Principal Authenticity and Teachers' Trust and Engagement
ABSTRACTThis study examined multi-level structural equation modeling process between teacher perceptions of authentic leadership and its relationship to trust and engagement levels. The study took place in three county school districts of a southeastern...
Practitioner and Educator Preferences regarding Accounting Curriculm Meeting the 150-Hour Requirement
ABSTRACTAccounting education has been controversial for decades with elevated debate following the introduction and adoption of a 150-hour requirement among most of the 55 jurisdictions that regulate public accounting. Considerable flexibility exists...
Teaching Students to Work in Classroom Teams: A Preliminary Investigation of Instructors' Motivations, Attitudes and Actions
ABSTRACTTeaching teamwork skills is strongly advocated in the management education literature. What remains relatively under-investigated is what instructors do in terms of teaching teamwork after they assign team projects to their students, and why...
The Professor Life Cycle
ABSTRACTThere is a well known economic and marketing theory named the Product Life Cycle that states that products go through a series of four distinct stages (Introduction, Growth, Maturity, and Decline), with each stage requiring a strategy that adapts...
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