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. 17, No. 4, October

Bringing Business Practitioners to Campus: Executives in Residence
INTRODUCTION Students of business administration need exposure to real-world perspectives. Faculties, as well as students, have been criticized for their lack of ability to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world problems (Bennis & O'Toole,...
Developing an Assessment and Development Plan for Students Entering Intermediate Accounting I: The Process and Student Reactions to the Plan
INTRODUCTION Driven by a desire to improve student knowledge of accounting fundamentals entering Intermediate Accounting I, and concerned about the diverse backgrounds of our students entering the course, faculty at our school decided to study the...
Faculty Expectations of Administration: Predictors of Intention to Report Student Plagiarism
LITERATURE The issue of student plagiarism in colleges and universities has been receiving increased attention in recent years. The proliferation of information available on the internet has been identified as a major contributor to present day...
I'm Gen Y, I Love Feeling Entitled, and It Shows
INTRODUCTION A significant demographic shift is now occurring as members of the "Baby Boomer Generation" (1946-1964) pass from the workforce into retirement. They take with them a work ethic driven by success, ambition, high achievement and a loyalty...
Improving Retention among College Students: Investigating the Utilization of Virtualized Advising
INTRODUCTION The success of any college depends on its ability to retain its students (Archer & Cooper, 1999). There are many factors external to the university which may cause the disruption of a student's education such as serious illness,...
Integrating Ethical Decision Making in Multiple Business Courses
INTRODUCTION The motivation for this paper is twofold. One is the personal frustration related to the ethical development of students experienced by these authors over a combined 20 years in business schools teaching undergraduate and graduate students...
Student Response to Risk in Classroom Learning Games
INTRODUCTION Ideal learning situations provide opportunities for immediate feedback and student involvement (Garris, Ahlers & Disckell, 2002; Hequet, 1995; Foreman, 2003). Ramaley and Zia (2005) stress that most learners have a strong need for...
Testing the Effectiveness of the University Honor Code
INTRODUCTION University students often cheat. Depending on circumstances, the rate of cheating among college students varies between 13% and 95% (McCabe and Trevino, 1993). This paper examines the effect of including an Honor Code in an accounting...
The Application of Web-Based Learning in a Managerial Accounting Course
INTRODUCTION Recent decades have witnessed advances in technology and increased popularity of personal computers. These changes have made it possible for "educational technology" to be implemented in the learning process. Review of accounting educational...
"The First Step in Proactively Managing Students' Careers: Teaching Self-Swot Analysis"
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this article is to (1) share with other professors the value of a career self- SWOT analysis for students, (2) encourage professors to instill the value of business tools (like a personal SWOT) and strategies for students'...
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