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. 1, 2011

An Exploratory Study of Class Presentations and Peer Evaluations: Do Students Perceive the Benefits?
ABSTRACTThis study examines students' perceptions of how class presentations and peer-evaluations contribute to their learning and skill-building, and whether their perceptions significantly differ by gender. The data were collected from marketing students...
Bridging the Gap: The Role of Outreach Programs in Granting College Access to First Generation Students
ABSTRACTThis paper represents findings of a college outreach program that targeted first generation students to help bridge their path to college education. The study examined outreach program participant' actual college attendance with their stated...
Individual Differences in Management Education: The Effect of Social Support and Attachment Style
ABSTRACTRecent research in management education has focused on the use of technology, innovative instructional methods, and other techniques to enhance the effectiveness of management education. However, management education may be impacted, not only...
Predictors of Critical Thinking Skills of Incoming Business Students
ABSTRACTEducators recognize the importance of critical thinking. Students discover that studying topics such as business requires a strategy more extensive than rote memory. Using the California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST), this research uses...
Professional Ethical Obligations for Multicultural Education and Implications for Educators
ABSTRACTThis exploratory study examined educators' perceptions about multicultural education using data collected from a predominately White, homogenous region of the United States. Findings reveal educators' understanding of multi-cultural education...
Teaching with Metaphor: The Case of Alice in Gaap Land
ABSTRACTThis paper describes the application of metaphor in a writing assignment given to both graduate and undergraduate accounting students at Weber State University. As one method of teaching critical thinking skills, metaphor generates an image which...
The Effects of Learning Styles on Course Performance: A Quantile Regression Analysis
ABSTRACTIn this study, we investigated the relationship between learning styles and student performance for students enrolled in a basic business statistics course. We performed this study in order to assess our success in creating a course that facilitated...
Using the Blackboard CMS to Develop Team Work Skills in Undergraduate Marketing Principles Class
ABSTRACTBusinesses increasingly seek graduates from business schools who can demonstrate strong communication and collaborative skills. Further, accrediting agencies such as the AACSB now require that member and candidate schools document how such skill...
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