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Hernández-Díaz, Arleen; Fernández-Morales, Leticia M.; Vega-Vilca, José C.; Córdova-Claudio, Mario – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The Caribbean has one of the lowest rates of student participation in study abroad programs. This comparative study aims to contribute to the research on business students' attitudes toward studying abroad, specifically for students in public institutions in the Caribbean. The research shows that positive perceptions of students toward studying or…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Business Administration Education, Study Abroad, Student Attitudes
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Corrales, Kathleen A.; Lombana-Coy, Jahir; Rey-Paba, Lourdes – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
This article discusses the development of global competence through the integration of a series of international-intercultural in-class activities in a Latin American international business (IB) course. A pre- and post-survey were applied and analyzed using a non-parametric Wilcoxon test to identify changes in student perceptions of their global…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism, Competency Based Education
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Steagall, Jeffrey W.; Falk, Peter; Gallo, Andres; Porter, Thomas W. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The global nature of the modern business world has expanded the set of skills and attitudes necessary for success, even among new bachelor degree graduates. Although US business schools have primarily integrated international concepts through their curricula, students who stay at their home institutions for their entire degree programs do not live…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Student Attitudes
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Curran, Ross; Arroteia, Nuno; Blesa, Andreu; Musteen, Martina; Ripollés, Maria – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
Enhancing individuals' preparedness to work across borders is of growing importance. This study explores the role of Cultural Intelligence and Psychological Empowerment in enhancing Task Performance among students engaged in an international experiential game-based learning project: The Global Game Challenge (GGC). Data collected from the delivery…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Student Empowerment, Game Based Learning, Experiential Learning
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Chen, Jiun-Shiu; Mooty, Scott; Stevens, Jeffery; Brown, Barron – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This research studies the impact of taking an international business course (IB) under both online and face-to-face methods on changes in the attitudinal construct global openness. This research also examines how the personality trait of openness to experience influences the change in the degree of global openness achieved by the students.…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, International Trade, Business Administration Education, Online Courses
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Kardes, Ilke – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Digital technology is an integral part of the new generation international business students in higher education. The new realities of a tech-savvy student profile require some upgrades in classroom settings within IB education. This study discusses the current challenges of instructors facing in the classroom. We propose some digital tools that…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Barriers, International Trade, Business Administration Education
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Yin, Haiyan – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This study describes a foreign investment negotiation simulation game and evaluates its effectiveness on the teaching and learning of international business. The game involves the application of the major topics of an introductory international business course to a setting that is close to the real world, thus allows students to explore the…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, Teaching Methods, Simulation, Active Learning
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Zorio-Grima, Ana; Merello, Paloma – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Sometimes class-attendance is a component (or requirement) to benefit from the continuous assessment. The objective of this study is to evidence that some students seem to be getting unfairly penalized for nonattendance. To address this issue, we provide alternative assessment solutions taking into account the different profiles of the students.…
Descriptors: Attendance, Accounting, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Gil, Miguel; Reyes, María – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This paper examines whether an international short-term trip helps students to develop a global mind-set. A quantitative and qualitative analysis was carried out with students at Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico) who did a one-week international trip to New York. The results suggest that the international short-term trip further developed the…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Administration Education, Global Approach, Travel
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Suarez, Eugenio Dante; Nishikawa Chavez, Katsuo; Ruiz, Bladimir – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This paper describes a faculty-led summer program in Madrid, Spain. We argue that it represents a case study in the implementation of best practices in study abroad, particularly as it relates to experiential programs that include an internship component. Adding to a growing consensus on best practices for these types of educational opportunities,…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Summer Programs, Interdisciplinary Approach, Liberal Arts
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Suarez, Eugenio Dante; Michalska Haduch, Agata – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This paper describes a collaborative model of international learning where students from classes in universities across countries collaborate to jointly work on a common project. The paper follows the partnership formed by a course taught in the US and one in Mexico under the COIL model, where participating students are paired up with counterparts…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Administration Education, Universities, International Cooperation
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Zwerg-Villegas, Anne Marie; Hiller, George L. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Experiential learning (EL) projects require planning, patience, and commitment on the part of the organizing and facilitating instructors. Language, culture, time zone, and institutional diversity exacerbates the inherent difficulties in conducting virtual, international EL projects. This manuscript discusses an ongoing multi-country project…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Program Descriptions, College Faculty, Computer Simulation
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Blevins, Benjamin; Ramírez, Guadalupe C.; Wight, Jonathan B. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Using a case study, this paper explores the pedagogy and logistical best practices of leading short-term study trips to the indigenous highlands of Guatemala. The goals of community-engagement are to have students: 1) interact with people of different cultural, linguistic, political, and economic world views, expanding their range of…
Descriptors: Program Length, Study Abroad, Service Learning, Best Practices
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Shrivastava, Archana – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This study investigated the impact of a student-centric, output-oriented methodology based on the principles of connectivism for knowledge creation in cross-cultural studies. The task involved selection of native commercial advertisements in which students were expected to work in virtual teams and find cultural differences in their interpretation…
Descriptors: Advertising, Cross Cultural Studies, Business Administration Education, Cultural Differences
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Nonis, Sarath A.; Relyea, Clint; Hunt, C. Shane – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Teaching and learning international business requires a broad and integrated perspective. This manuscript discusses a pedagogical exercise students have undertaken that is both broad and integrated and as a result expands not only their global mindset but also a broader perspective about self, others, and the world they live in. The exercise in…
Descriptors: International Trade, Global Approach, Teaching Methods, Self Concept
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