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Mastering Management Education
Innovations in Teaching Effectiveness

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May 1993 | 314 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
"As teaching methods and their effectiveness continue to fall under increased scrutiny, this book provides an ideal source of new instructional ideas, strategies and methodologies. An invaluable source for teachers and trainers.... This book is particularly enriching and stimulating. Written by authorities on teaching, each article is thought-provoking and some exude sheer brilliance in terms of the issues they put forward and the treatment of these issues. Explicit notes, references, recommended readings and in some cases, suggested films and movies at the end of each article allwo one to delve deeper into specific issues if required. A must for all faculty members of managment institutes and their libraries, and for scholars.... This book is also recommended for school teachers." --Management and Labour Studies "Essential reading for all those involved in the challenging and critical process of encouraging more effective learning." --Long Range Planning For nearly 20 years (and counting!) the Journal of Management Education has clearly been the most authoritative, up-to-date forum for the improvement of management and organization studies education in both classroom and corporate settings. The Journal's practical, informative tone makes it an ideal resource for discovering new teaching exercises, ideas, and strategies. Charles Vance has collected the best of the Journal of Management Education in this new anthology, Mastering Management Education. Collecting the all-time gems--Vance has organized the original articles into integrated chapters: lecture and discussion methods, case-study teaching, group-learning skills, managing learner diversity, and much more. There's also an annotated guide to many other key articles from the Journal's rich history. As teaching methods and their effectiveness continue to fall under increased scrutiny, particularly in business schools, Mastering Management Education serves as a comprehensive, valuable survival guide for professionals, researchers, and students in organization and management studies, small groups, and business.

David L Bradford
Foreword
Charles M Vance
Preface
 
PART ONE: FROM LECTURE TO INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION
William Ewens
Teaching Using Discussion
Mark P Kriger
The Art and Power of Asking Questions
Dennis A Gioia
Contribution! Not Participation in Management Education
Donald D Bowen, Joseph Seltzer, and James A Wilson
Dealing With Emotions in the Classroom
 
PART TWO: CASE METHOD
Herman Gadon
Teaching Cases Experientially
Eileen Hogan
Using a Model for Case Analysis in Case Method Instruction
James G Clawson and Sherwood C Frey Jr
Mapping Case Pedagogy
 
PART THREE: SIMULATION AND HIGH-TECH APPLICATIONS
Allan R Cohen
Beyond Simulation
Treating the Classroom as an Organization

 
Dennis A Gioia and Henry P Sims Jr
Videotapes in the Management Classroom
Creating the Tools to Teach

 
John Bigelow
Using Microcomputers in Management Education
 
PART FOUR: EXPERIENTIAL METHOD
Lindbergh S Sata
Experiential Methods in a Large Classroom Setting
Jeffrey L Weil
Management Experientially Taught
Donald D Bowen
Experiential and Traditional Teaching of Management Education
A Dubious Distinction

 
Kim S Cameron and David A Whetten
A Model for Teaching Management Skills
 
PART FIVE: LEARNING IN GROUPS
Curtis W Cook
Nominal Group Methods Enrich Classroom Learning
David W Johnson and Roger T Johnson
Structuring Groups for Cooperative Learning
Larry K Michaelsen, Warren E Watson and Charles B Shrader
Informative Testing
A Practical Approach for Tutoring With Groups

 
David S Jalajas and Robert I Sutton
Feuds in Student Groups
Coping with Whiners, Martyrs, Saboteurs, Bullies, and Deadbeats

 
 
PART SIX: PARTICIPATIVE COURSE MANAGEMENT
Michael B McCaskey
Collecting Feedback Throughout the Course
E Nick Maddox
The Use of Student-Generated Examinations
Guidelines, Benefits, and Cautions

 
Kenneth L Murrell
Peer Performance Evaluation
When Peers Do It, They Do It Better

 
 
PART SEVEN: TEACHING ABOUT DIVERSITY WITHIN A DIVERSE LEARNER ENVIRONMENT
Joan V Gallos
Developmental Diversity and Management Education
Implications for Teaching and Learning

 
Ella Louise Bell
Racial and Ethnic Diversity
The Void in Management Education

 
Kate Kirkham
Teaching About Diversity
Navigating the Emotional Undercurrents

 

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