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Iipinge, Selma M.; Shimpanda, Anna M. – Industry and Higher Education, 2022
The notion of entrepreneurship education is critical in the context of Namibia's endeavours to become a knowledge economy by 2030. This study highlights the profile of entrepreneurship educators, identifies the teaching methods used in teaching entrepreneurship and explores whether the teaching methods differ based on the target audience. Data…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Business Administration Education, College Students, Foreign Countries
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Thomas, T. Paul; Van Slyke, Craig – Journal of Education for Business, 2019
Despite the growth of entrepreneurship education over the last 20 years, there remains an unserved need for entrepreneurship educational programs designed for those interested in starting nonprofit organizations. The authors discuss the need for such programs, and how business educators are well equipped to satisfy this need. They also offer an…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Nonprofit Organizations, Business Education Teachers, Business Schools
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Davis, Tamra S.; Mountjoy, Kathy J. – International Journal for Business Education, 2021
Psychological contracts have been researched for over 50 years and have been used as the basis for studies in business, industry, and education. In this study, the researchers aimed to share the impact of psychological contract violations (PCV) upon individuals in educational institutions. Psychological contract literature is focused primarily on…
Descriptors: Business Education Teachers, College Faculty, Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers
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Kularajasingam, Janitha; Subramaniam, Anusuiya; Sarjit Singh, Devinder Kaur; Sambasivan, Murali – Journal of Education for Business, 2022
Generally, university academics' knowledge sharing behavior and social intelligence are said to be significant in improving their performance through their grasp of competencies Nevertheless, the association has yet to be thoroughly researched. Thus, this study applied the proposed mediation model among university academics in the Business School…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Business Education Teachers, Business Schools
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Taylor, David G.; Frechette, Michael – Journal of Marketing Education, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic was an unprecedented event in modern history, transforming the nature of higher education. As course delivery moved online, marketing educators were faced with higher workloads and more demands on their time. Anecdotal evidence suggested that faculty were working more, and as the 2020-2021 school year progressed, reports of…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Business Education Teachers, Burnout
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Bagley, Constance E. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
Although climate change is already a reality in many geographical regions, and the scientific evidence of the global environmental danger is stark, 'business as usual' often remains unchallenged in business and management research. Moreover, business and management education continues to teach and promote human-centered economic models that are…
Descriptors: Business Education Teachers, Business Administration Education, Legal Responsibility, Human Dignity
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Jalbert, Terrance – Research in Higher Education Journal, 2020
This research examines relationships between teaching tags and teaching evaluations. The paper constitutes one in a series of papers by the same author that examines Ratemyprofessors.com data. Since 2014, Ratemyprofessors' reviewers can assign tags that provide detailed comments about the class and professor. The analysis here examines how these…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Web Sites, College Students
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Sormani, Eva; Baaken, Thomas; van der Sijde, Peter – Industry and Higher Education, 2022
The pressure on higher education institutions (HEIs) to realize third mission activities continues to grow, intensifying the search for incentives to motivate academics to engage with stakeholders outside their HEI. Previous studies have found limitations in intrinsically motivating academic engagement; therefore, this study investigates the…
Descriptors: Universities, Institutional Mission, College Role, Incentives
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Gregersen-Hermans, Jeanine – Journal of Studies in International Education, 2021
The need to solve the common global challenges at a systemic level in a collaborative, equitable, and culturally sensitive way naturally connects Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and Internationalization of the Curriculum (IoC). The purpose of this article is to explore how ESD and IoC can strengthen each other and provide a more…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Curriculum Development, Global Approach, Curriculum Design
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Ochuot, Hellen A.; Modiba, Maropeng – Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 2018
This paper reports on a study that was conducted to examine formative assessment as a form of assessment that promotes critical pedagogy in teaching and learning. Using Freire's notion of critical pedagogy as an analytic framework, the argument is that formative assessment should transcend grading, selection and accountability for learning and…
Descriptors: Formative Evaluation, Critical Theory, Social Justice, Teacher Attitudes
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Owenvbiugie1, Robinson Osarumwense; Ekhaise, Roseline Efosa – Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn), 2020
The study assessed human resource management strategies for enhancing employees' motivation in Edo State. The study was guided by four research questions with a population of 182 business educators in universities in Edo and Delta States. The study employed descriptive survey. Three experts validated the questionnaire with a reliability of. 0.71…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Human Resources, Personnel Management, Motivation Techniques
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Winter, J.; Zhai, J.; Cotton, D. R. E. – Environmental Education Research, 2022
Environmental sustainability constitutes an important part of the political and educational context in China as it strives to move toward an ecological civilization. However, there is limited literature documenting the ways in which sustainability is embedded in higher education (HE) teaching. This qualitative research involves interviews and…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Foreign Countries, Business Education Teachers, Economics Education
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Gatan, Doris B.; Sumande, Caroline T.; Bactasa, Melanie F. – Journal on School Educational Technology, 2019
Licensure Examination for Teachers' Performance is one of the predictors of quality education offered by Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs). Many among the Teacher Education Institutions in the country have taken a closer look at their graduates' performance and used this as a basis of reflection on what particular enhancement should be done to…
Descriptors: Licensing Examinations (Professions), Teacher Certification, College Graduates, Business Education Teachers
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Hijazi, Rafiq; Hassan, Yousef; Husain, Zafar – Journal of Education for Business, 2020
The authors' purpose was to investigate the challenges facing business education in the Arabian Gulf countries. The study stems from the need of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) business colleges to explore and tackle the risks arising from the regional and global challenges that jeopardize their role and relevance in the future. A survey was sent…
Descriptors: Deans, Administrator Attitudes, Business Administration Education, Business Schools
Lorange, Peter – Cambridge University Press, 2020
Facing questions about the status and legitimacy of business schools, many of the world's leading institutions are now experimenting with new business models. In "The Business School of the Future," former president of International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Peter Lorange reveals how the era of virtual technology, and…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Educational Trends, Educational Change
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