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Fender, C. Melissa; Stickney, Lisa T. – Management Teaching Review, 2017
Group and team class decision-making activities often focus on demonstrating that "two heads are better than one." Typically, students solve a problem or complete an assessment individually, then in a group. Generally, the group does better and that is what the students learn. However, if that is all such an activity conveys, then a…
Descriptors: Group Activities, Group Dynamics, Cooperative Learning, Participative Decision Making
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Makarius, Erin E. – Management Teaching Review, 2017
Edutainment, while seemingly a new and trending idea, is quite simply the combination of education and entertainment, or improving learning by making it more engaging. What began as a way to teach children concepts in a fun way (e.g., School House Rock) has evolved into an integration of technology, design, and academics (e.g., TED talks).…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Learning Experience, Educational Technology, Administrator Education
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Armstrong, Craig E. – Management Teaching Review, 2017
Entrepreneurship education is increasingly shifting from learning about entrepreneurship to developing entrepreneurial skills. One skill all entrepreneurship students need to develop is the ability to assess whether or not there is a market for their new product or service. Recent popular trade books like Eric Ries's "Lean Startup" and…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Experiential Learning, Class Activities, Classroom Techniques