The Journal of Research in Business Education

Articles from Vol. 54, No. 2, Fall

Blogging as a Reflective Tool for Leadership Development: An Exploratory Study of a Leadership Practicum Grounded in the Relational Leadership Model
AbstractObjective: The purpose of this research is to examine blogging as an instructional technique to develop an understanding of relational leadership through the lens of a leadership practicum. This research contributes to the literature in leadership...
Business Education University Supervisors' Challenges in Fulfilling Their Supervisory Roles and Responsibilities
AbstractBackground: Given university supervisors' critical roles in preparing student teachers to become effective teachers and the knowledge they hold from past experiences, more research is needed to examine their issues and challenges in fulfilling...
Integrated Reading Literacy Interventions: A Qualitative Study of the Defining Characteristics and Classroom Practices of Inservice Teachers of High School Business
AbstractPurpose: The purpose of this study was to contribute an understanding of integrated reading literacy interventions in business course phenomena via the review, analysis, synthesis and detail of data. Method: The qualitative research method was...
The Status of It Skills in Business during Recessionary Times: Implications for Educators
AbstractPurpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the demand for information technology (IT) skills in the business world in order to provide guidance to curriculum planners. Method: Want ads in two online job banks were queried using various...
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