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. 8, No. 1, January

Insights to Teaching Generations X and Y Business Students
ABSTRACT Through the years, teaching has often been noted as being a "noble profession." With the challenges of teaching generations X and Y many business professors are beginning to appreciate why others consider teaching such a noble profession....
Job Satisfaction of Male and Female Accounting Faculty: The Effect of Sex-Role Orientation and Academic Rank
ABSTRACT The glass ceiling which frequently stops women from gaining access to and advancing in the accounting profession has long been recognized. The accounting profession, like all organizations, has tended to foster self-replication; that is,...
Motivational Orientation, Self-Regulated Learning Strategies and Students' Choice of Teaching Model
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between students' use of self-regulating learning behaviors and preferences for one of three (3) teaching models, including traditional classroom, hybrid (partially online), and...
Preparing Students for Collaborative Work or Case Studies: An Anticipatory Case
ABSTRACT Faculty can address problems associated with team development and collaborative work activities by using appropriate in-class exercises before the activities or assignments begin. This paper provides a three-part case and teaching notes...
Surprising Student Choices of Traditional vs. Nontraditional Learning Approaches in an Undergraduate Organizational Behavior Course
ABSTRACT Students in two sections of an undergraduate organizational behavior course were presented with the opportunity to choose a learning and evaluation method for the course which best suited their individual learning styles. Surprisingly,...
The Basic Undergraduate POM Course: Faculty Opinions of Desired Course Content and the Adequacy of Existing Textbooks
ABSTRACT Professors teaching the basic undergraduate POM course were surveyed to determine what topics they covered (and to what degree), what additional topics they felt should be covered, the adequacy of the textbooks being used, who was required...
The Faculty Perspective on the Impact of AACSB Accreditation
ABSTRACT Obtaining AACSB accreditation is a long, resource consuming exercise. In this study 221 faculty from 30 schools that received AACSB accreditation between 1997 and 2001 were surveyed to determine the impact of accreditation on various stakeholders....
The Relationship between Part-Time Instructors and Final Grades in the Principles of Business Statistics Course
ABSTRACT This paper analyzes the relationship between part-time instructors and final course grades received by students in the principles of business statistics course in a comprehensive IIA university. The only type of part-time instruction employed...
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