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, December

A Recursive Process Model for AACSB Assurance of Learning
INTRODUCTION A key element in a successful AACSB accreditation is a process-based approach to meeting the current AACSB International "Assurance of Learning" (AoL) accreditation standards. AoL is one of three areas (Strategic Management Standards,...
Conceptualization and Measurement of Perceived Risk of Online Education
INTRODUCTION Online education (OE) is coming of age. Over the past few years, a stream of technological innovations, from video streaming to virtual online classrooms, has allowed educational institutions and their faculty members the opportunity...
C-Scape: One Business School's Answer to the Sophomore Slump
INTRODUCTION For more than 50 years, those in higher education have recognized the 'sophomore slump' and yet, there is very little research on what and how to effectively overcome it (Lipka, 2006; Tobolosky & Serven, 2007; Toosi, 2004). After...
Differences of Students' Satisfaction with College Professors: The Impact of Student Gender on Satisfaction
INTRODUCTION Students in university settings have many varied expectations of professors. At the very least, they expect for them to be competent in an area of expertise and that the will provide engaging and helpful experience that assists students...
Ethics in Accounting: An Indispensable Course?
INTRODUCTION It is well known that companies such as Enron and WorldCom engaged in unethical earnings manipulations such as falsely recording expenses as assets and hiding debt in complicated off balance sheet financial arrangements. Such practices...
Evidence on Instructional Technology and Student Engagement in an Auditing Course
INTRODUCTION Multiple platforms have made it possible to utilize web-based instructional tools to facilitate the interactions between faculty members and students between classes, and to enhance the student motivations and engagement in the learning...
Multi-Level Modeling of Principal Authenticity and Teachers' Trust and Engagement
INTRODUCTION Teachers play a significant role in education (Easton-Brooks & Davis, 2009; Gere, Buehler, Dallavis, & Haviland, 2009; McKown & Weinstein, 2007; Stronge, Ward, Tucker, & Hindman, 2007). Therefore, it is of utmost importance...
Practitioner and Educator Preferences regarding Accounting Curriculum Meeting the 150-Hour Requirement
INTRODUCTION Education, experience, and examination have long been the mainstays of preparation for entry into the public accounting profession. Recognizing that examination for certification and licensure is important, the Uniform Certified Public...
Teaching Students to Work in Classroom Teams: A Preliminary Investigation of Instructors' Motivations, Attitudes and Actions
INTRODUCTION It is not uncommon for instructors of undergraduate management and MBA courses to assign complex class-related projects to student teams, and hold them collectively responsible for producing multiple learning-related outcomes. Scholars...
The Professor Life Cycle
THE INTRODUCTION STAGE The four stages of the Product Life Cycle include Introduction, Growth, Maturity, and Decline stages [Lamb, Hair & McDaniel, 2011]. During the Introduction Stage, a non-tenured professor focuses on heavy campus involvement,...
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