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Pavlovich, Kathryn; Collins, Eva; Jones, Glyndwr – Journal of Management Education, 2009
This article examines learning journals as a method for developing self-awareness within a business education context, exploring "how can effective design and assessment of reflective journals assist the development of students' self-knowledge?" The authors describe three different approaches to learning journals, with each case study outlining…
Descriptors: Student Journals, Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, Reflective Teaching
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Collins, Eva; Kearins, Kate – Journal of Management Education, 2007
In-class, stakeholder negotiation exercises are proposed as a means of students experiencing and reflecting critically on the potential and the risks of an increasingly popular mechanism for advancing sustainability--stakeholder engagement. This article reviews the theoretical framework for stakeholder engagement and for an issue-based rather than…
Descriptors: Risk, Persuasive Discourse, Sustainable Development, Teaching Methods
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Corner, Patricia Doyle; Bowden, Stephen; Clark, Delwyn; Collins, Eva; Gibb, Jenny; Kearins, Kate; Pavlovich, Kathryn – Journal of Management Education, 2006
This article describes a case competition that reflects the four elements of a grounded learning exercise. These elements include creating a real-world experience, optimizing learning transfer, integrating theory and practice, and shifting learning responsibility to the students. The authors also provide details on implementing this exercise in an…
Descriptors: Competition, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Business Administration Education, Teaching Methods