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. 11, No. 1, January

An Interpretive Business Statistics Course Encompassing Diverse Teaching and Learning Styles
ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to describe the major elements of a redesigned introductory business statistics course based on a learner-centered approach to teaching. Diverse learning styles are recognized and multiple teaching styles are...
Fed Conspiracy Used in Teaching Money and Banking
ABSTRACT This paper examines how a Federal Reserve "conspiracy theory" booklet, Billions for the Bankers, Debts for the People, can be used at the end-of-the-semester in a money and banking course. Readings such as this one are commonly available...
Recognizing the Role of the Financial Community in Strategy Formulation: Just How Interdisciplinary Is Strategic Management Education?
ABSTRACT The multi-disciplinary nature of strategic management is irrefutably recognized by both practitioners and scholars. The fields of strategic management and finance both recognize and explain the firm's actions in the context of value maximizing...
Student Peer Evaluations in Business Education: A Web-Based Administration
ABSTRACT Peer evaluations can play an important formative and evaluative role in team based, collaborative learning; however, collecting and analyzing data from these evaluations is labor intensive for the instructor. This article discusses a solution...
Teaching Methodologies in the Classroom: A Study of Student Preferences
ABSTRACT Student success is often dependent upon the student in terms of ability, motivation, and classroom performance. There are uncontrollable factors such as class size, and factors that may be somewhat controllable such as course delivery method....
The Relationship between Auditing Students' Anticipatory Socialization and Their Professional Commitment
ABSTRACT The accounting profession is suffering from a crisis of confidence caused by many ethics failures. Researchers have advocated that ethics education should start in the classroom by emphasizing the importance of financial reporting to users....
The Role of Teaching, Scholarly Activities, and Service on Tenure, Promotion, and Merit Pay Decisions: Deans' Perspectives
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of scholarly activities, teaching, and service upon promotion, tenure, and merit-pay decisions for business faculty at both teaching and research colleges in the USA. A survey questionnaire,...
The Value of Law-Related Education for Faculty and Academic Administrators in Higher Education: The Challenge of Educating Educators
ABSTRACT This paper explores some of the legal issues surrounding employment practices of faculty and academic administrators in higher education and discusses the importance of law-related education for these members of the academic community....
Using a Marketing Approach to Improve Recruitment Retention of African-American Students in a BBA Program
ABSTRACT In an era of dynamic challenges facing business education in the USA, one challenge stands out prominently. That challenge is the retention of students. As the USA population becomes more diverse, college age students are becoming more...