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. 2, 2011

Are Students and Their Parents Viewed as Customers by Aacsb-International Member Schools? Survey Results and Implications for University Business School Leaders
ABSTRACTThis paper is part of a continuing research stream dealing with organizational behavior and culture in higher education, specifically within AACSB-International member schools. Using responses to a national survey sent to AACSB-International...
Commuter Students: Involvement and Identification with an Institution of Higher Education
ABSTRACTMany institutions of higher education cater to an ever-increasing number of commuter students. Previous research has shown that commuter students differ in their demographic and psychographic profiles when compared to non-commuter students. Additionally,...
Comparing Business Faculty's Salaries by Rank and Gender: Does Aacsb Accreditation Really Make a Difference?
ABSTRACTData made available to the public through the Missouri Secretary of State's Office, via its website, was used to test for differences in salaries as a hygiene factor among business faculty teaching at ten Missouri State funded universities. One-Way...
Empirical Evidence of the Fairness and Quality of Peer Evaluations
ABSTRACTThis paper critically examines the use of peer evaluations in two semesters of a graduate level accounting class in a major American university. While numerous authors have written on the use of peer evaluations, few have tested the issues of...
Guided Development of Reflective Thinking in the Observations of Classroom Teachers by Pre-Service Candidates
ABSTRACTThe literature identifies the need to develop reflective thinking in teacher candidates to improve the quality of instruction and classroom management provided in schools. Through the development of reflective thinking, congruence between theory...
Impact of Behavioral Factors on GPA for Gifted and Talented Students
ABSTRACTThis research explores various behavioral factors and their relationship to success for academically talented students at an upper-level residential school located in the south-central US. Students in their junior and senior years were given...
Predicting and Monitoring Student Performance in the Introductory Management Science Course
ABSTRACTThis study examines the factors that influences students' grade and could predict their performance in the Introductory Management Science course. Previous research works have identified factors that influence performance of undergraduate students...
Principal Desirabilitiy for Professional Development
ABSTRACTPrincipals are often required to operate educational programs under a growing number of federal and state mandates for which they have limited knowledge and available recourses. This paper presents the results of a survey of 102 principals from...
Using Student Course Evaluations to Design Faculty Development Workshops
ABSTRACTCurrent practice is to administer end-of course student evaluations and to use the results as part of a faculty member's annual teaching performance evaluation. Since the administration collects the data it ought to use it to help faculty improve...

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