An analysis of business professors' and their students' perceptions of excellence in teaching at a business school: empirical evidence from New England

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Title: An analysis of business professors' and their students' perceptions of excellence in teaching at a business school: empirical evidence from New England
Author/Artist: Anim, Stephen Kwasi
Date: 2017
Abstract/Description: This qualitative study used evidence gleaned from business professors and their students and compared it with the Measure of Effective Teaching model (MET, 2013). The research is based on a qualitative research design with the aim of collecting data from multiple sources such as interviews, focus group, document analysis and observation to develop a profile based on the Measure of Effective Teaching model (MET, 2013) to promote excellence in teaching and learning among business professors and their students in a business school at a New England University. The study also has the potential to enhance effective teaching practices in a business school and can lead to future development of a model that will be a useful guide to professors, students, researchers and practitioners. (Author abstract)
Subject: business education
higher education administration
7Cs
business schools
excellence in teaching
measure of effective teaching model
Citation Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10474/3131
APA Citation: Anim, S.K. (2017). An analysis of business professors' and their students' perceptions of excellence in teaching at a business school: empirical evidence from New England. Retrieved from http://academicarchive.snhu.edu
Advisor: Ford, Margaret
Committee Member: Fenton, Marilyn
Paddack, Megan

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