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Trinh, Mai P.; van Esch, Chantal; Martinez, Hector A.; Messer, Tracey – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Experiential learning has been documented as an effective method for student learning, yet its use in large-enrollment classes remains limited. Kolb's experiential learning theory emphasizes that experiential learning requires a hospitable learning space (HLS) that is conducive to learning. In this article, we reframe the challenges to…
Descriptors: Management Development, Experiential Learning, Learning Processes, Learning Theories
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Mantai, Lilia; Huber, Elaine – Journal of Management Education, 2021
As student enrolments grow and student diversity increases in many areas of higher education, faculty face challenges to support and ensure individual student learning and development. At the same time, active and experiential approaches to learning are recognized for their potential to develop autonomy and critical thinking, among other valuable…
Descriptors: Barriers, Management Development, College Faculty, Student Diversity
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Kofinas, Alexander K.; Tsay, Crystal Han-Huei – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Most of the literature has viewed large classes as a problem and a challenge. Furthermore, large classes are often presented to be an obstacle to students' experiential learning and a multitude of solutions can be found in the literature to manage large classes; solutions that include innovative technologies, alternative assessment designs, or…
Descriptors: Class Size, Large Group Instruction, Social Networks, Experiential Learning
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O'Connor, Christina; Mullane, Kenneth; Luethge, Denise – Journal of Management Education, 2021
The management and coordination of classroom teaching continues to be a challenge, particularly as enrollment trends suggest that class sizes are growing. In the past, many faculty have divided their large classes into smaller groups to incorporate experiential exercises. In this article, we discuss the challenges of managing an experiential…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Electronic Learning, Large Group Instruction, Experiential Learning
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Agogué, Marine; Robinson, Melanie A. – Journal of Management Education, 2021
The vast majority of articles describing new experiential exercises are presented from the perspective of the creator(s) of the activity. It is notable, however, that less research has focused on understanding the experiences of instructors who later adopt these exercises in their classrooms. We contribute to the literature on experiential…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Class Activities, College Faculty, Undergraduate Study
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Mu, Fengli; Hatch, James – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Many business schools continue to use contribution in teaching, research, and service as measures of faculty performance. There has been a long tradition of thinking of faculty as making their research contribution within a specific subdiscipline. We call these teaching and discipline scholars (TDS). However a growing number of faculty who,…
Descriptors: Business Schools, College Faculty, Intellectual Disciplines, Tenure
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Perusso, Andre; van der Sijde, Peter; Leal, Rafael; Blankesteijn, Marlous – Journal of Management Education, 2021
The organizational world has long recognized action learning (AL) as an invaluable tool for managerial development. However, AL's popularity among organizations did not translate into its adoption by business schools. A lack of evidence on what competencies AL fosters in students and whether these competencies transfer to practice has limited its…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Self Efficacy, Outcomes of Education, Business Administration Education
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Bruni-Bossio, Vince; Delbaere, Marjorie – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Business schools and graduate business programs have struggled since their inception to ensure that what students learn in their courses will resonate with the skills needed in their careers. To date, there has been limited attention paid to cocurricular experiential learning opportunities to assist with this challenge. In this article, we discuss…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Workshops, Business Schools, Graduate Study
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Sanyal, Chandana; Rigg, Clare – Journal of Management Education, 2021
In this article, we illustrate how ideas and practices of mindfulness can be integrated into management education, drawing from our work on postgraduate programs run with working managers. Our purpose is particularly to show how mindfulness can be introduced into the curriculum in a way that is acceptable for participants and clients, and brings…
Descriptors: Management Development, Leadership Training, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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Burton, Nicholas; Culham, Tom; Vu, Mai Chi – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Can the philosophical foundations of spiritual practices inform management education pedagogy and in the long-run support emotional development and more ethical and responsible business practice? In this article, we introduce the essential aspects of three different spiritual traditions--Daoist inner work, Buddhist mindful reflexivity, and Quaker…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Management Development, Ethics, Business Administration Education
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Page, Nadine C.; Nimon-Peters, Amanda J.; Urquhart, Alexander – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Higher education classes have increased in size at a time of significant resource restrictions for universities. At the same time, employers are looking for graduates with relevant competencies and skills. This poses two key challenges: (1) how to design an experiential curriculum that produces significant skill development and (2) how to ensure…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Class Size, Higher Education, Experiential Learning
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Hilliard, Rachel – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Entrepreneurial education should reflect the real-world entrepreneurial process by providing for experiential learning. The challenge is reconciling this with the resource constraints that lead to large class settings, even in specialized postgraduate programs. This article offers practical suggestions for creating a highly interactive event as…
Descriptors: Large Group Instruction, Learning Experience, Entrepreneurship, Business Administration Education
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Donovan, Paul; Hood, Alison – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Experiential learning (EL) is widely believed to lead to enhanced student engagement. This form of learning, however, may be difficult to implement in the large class sizes so common today. This case study describes an initiative involving performative pedagogy using interdisciplinary teaching and learning in an undergraduate class of 150 students…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Large Group Instruction, Learner Engagement, Undergraduate Students
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Lyons, Roisin; Buckley, Karen – Journal of Management Education, 2021
In the business or enterprise classroom, industry engagement within the curriculum can provide opportunities for students to gain a professional network, an understanding of the world of work, and to develop their mastery of business concepts. This article presents a case for educators to foster collaboration with external stakeholders in the…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Large Group Instruction, Undergraduate Students, Student Evaluation
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Memar, Noushan; Sundström, Angelina; Larsson, Toon – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Researchers claim that experiential learning approaches (e.g., gamification) are well-suited to management and entrepreneurship education. However, this research has been conducted mostly in small classroom settings. With the increases in the number of university business students, many business courses have also increased in size. The large…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Game Based Learning, Educational Games, Entrepreneurship
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