Educational Innovation in Economics and Business IX

Breaking Boundaries for Global Learning


ISBN: 978-1-4020-3170-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-3171-7 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxiii

  2. Introduction

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-10

      Breaking Boundaries for Global Learning

  3. Teams and Collaborative Learning

    1. Chapter

      Pages 13-32

      Creating Conditions for Collaborative Learning

    2. Chapter

      Pages 33-48

      Michaelsen’s Model of Team-Based Learning Applied in Undergraduate Kinesiology Classes

    3. Chapter

      Pages 49-74

      Cross-Cultural Virtual Teamwork: Implications from the Multicultural E-Classroom

    4. Chapter

      Pages 75-89

      Collaborative Learning Applied in the Orientation Process of Undergraduate Students

  4. Transitioning from Academic Settings to the Workplace

    1. Chapter

      Pages 93-115

      Online Learning: Learner’s Liberation?

    2. Chapter

      Pages 117-136

      Learning to Work: Easing the Transition

    3. Chapter

      Pages 137-156

      Breaking the Boundaries Between Academic Degrees and Lifelong Learning

    4. Chapter

      Pages 157-177

      An Innovation in Access: Developing the Generic Skills of Business Students Through a Virtual Corporate Experience

  5. Role of Information Technology in the Learning Process

    1. Chapter

      Pages 181-194

      Can “Learning by Teaching” Contribute to E-Learning?

    2. Chapter

      Pages 195-219

      A Collaborative Tool for Argumentation-Based Learning: Examining Face-to-Face and Computer-Based Approaches in a UK Secondary School

    3. Chapter

      Pages 221-236

      Adapting a Face-to-Face Training Program to a Distance Delivery Model: A Case Study of a Professional Training Program

    4. Chapter

      Pages 237-247

      An Innovative Approach to Addressing Heterogeneity of Large Classes: Results from Teaching Business Statistics

    5. Chapter

      Pages 249-273

      Using Information Technology in Teamwork During Collaborative Extra-Class Activities

  6. Program-Level Innovation Strategy

    1. Chapter

      Pages 277-294

      Contextual Learning in Higher Education

    2. Chapter

      Pages 295-315

      A Multi-Step Process for Assessing Student Outcomes in the Business Curriculum

    3. Chapter

      Pages 317-340

      Student Characteristics and Academic Success

    4. Chapter

      Pages 341-362

      Making Space for Twenty-First Century Management Learning

    5. Chapter

      Pages 363-381

      The Value of Multidisciplinary Integration: Evidence from two Engineering Courses

    6. Chapter

      Pages 383-398

      A Survey of Distance Education Programs

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 399-407