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. 19, No. 2, May

A Frame Work for Identifying Factors to Consider When Implementing an Academic Program at a Satellite Campus
INTRODUCTION Institutions of higher education strive to meet market demand for access to a quality education in various formats while attempting to meet the demands of varying demographics of students. The variation in demographics can range from...
Ethics and Morality: What Should Be Taught in Business Law?
INTRODUCTION Ethics has been a hot topic in the business world for many years as examples of ethics gone wrong continue to put the topic in the lime light, both in the media and in business schools. The AACSB has found ethics to be important enough...
Excel Training & the Technology Student Learning Outcome
Introduction Students' and graduates' advanced competencies in the use of industry-standard spread sheet software are required by professionals in the field (K. Falk, personal communication, April, 2014) and are mandated by the American Institute...
Having a Ball Catching on to Teamwork: An Experiential Learning Approach to Teaching the Phases of Group Development
INTRODUCTION Employers inform us that teamwork skills are among the things that they most value in potential hires. They understand that the ability to work in teams is associated with high performance (Lyons, 2008). Although as academics we frequently...
Integrating an ERP into the Curriculum at a Business School: The Students' Perceptions of SAP
INTRODUCTION Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software has been offering an integrated enterprise- wide database driven management solution for organizations for many years. However from their inception, these systems were generally deployed in...
Lessons from MOOCS: Video Lectures and Peer Assessment
INTRODUCTION What have professors learned from Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)? The MOOC course format burst on to the higher education scene in 2012, "The Year of the MOOC," according to the New York Times (Pappano, 2012). Since that time growth...
Peers, Aspirants and Competitors: Developing a Set of Comparison Schools for AACSB Accreditation Reviews
INTRODUCTION Business school accreditation by AACSB International has long been considered a gold standard that is coveted by high quality business schools around the world. Currently there are over 700 entities from 48 countries that claim business...
Quality of Education and Student Input: An Agency Perspective
INTRODUCTION AND LITERATURE REVIEW "Elementary and middle-school teachers who help raise their students' standardized-test scores seem to have a wide-ranging, lasting positive effect on those students' lives beyond academics, including lower teenage-pregnancy...
Service Learning as Marketing Pedagogy: Practical, Theoretical and Institutional Perspectives
INTRODUCTION The successful incorporation of service learning into business curriculum is not something new. However, when it comes to service learning, the field of marketing seems to lag behind other business disciplines, particularly management,...
Student Participation and Performance in a Graduate Accounting Theory Class
INTRODUCTION Students who learn how to participate in class should feel more accepted, confident, and motivated. This enhanced outlook should lead to higher performance in various arenas of a person's life. Thus, encouraging graduate accounting...
The Clock Is Ticking-An Analysis of Time Spent on Online Assignments
INTRODUCTION The amount of time students spend on coursework is of constant interest to educators and researchers because it is deemed to be an important measurement of student effort. It is a common belief that effort, along with other factors,...
The Greehey Scholars Program as an Innovative Solution to the Student Debt and Employment Crisis of Recent Graduates
INTRODUCTION The cost of attending a public university rose 42% from 2000 to 2011 (National Center for Education, 2014). This rapid increase in costs paired with the increasingly competitive employment landscape forces universities to find unique...
Traditional MBA Admissions Criteria and Graduate School Success: The Importance of GMAT Scores and Undergraduate GPA as Predictors of Graduate Business School Performance
INTRODUCTION The traditional approach that business schools have used in making decisions regarding admission into their graduate programs is to employ a formula that considers the overall GMAT score and undergraduate GPA (UGGPA) of the applicant,...
What's the Difference? Principal Practices That Support the Achievement of Low-Income Students in Demographically Diverse Schools
INTRODUCTION As part of the recent accountability movement, which started with the enactment of No Child Left Behind legislation in 2001, most schools have federal and state mandates to close the achievement gap, between low-income students and...
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