Upper and Lower Level Business Courses and Adult Learning Theory: Application Exercises in HRM, SCM, Marketing, and Finance
AbstractThis paper presents an innovative approach to applying Knowles’ Adult Learning Theory in a sequence of uniquely integrated lower-level and upper-level undergraduate business courses. Traditional classroom teachings are enhanced with hands-on, small group, practitioner-oriented exercises that focus on student knowledge application, consequential reflection, and skill advancement. Both quantitative and qualitative student opinion data are presented as evaluative indicators
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Love, K. G., & Goffnett, S. P. (2012). Upper and Lower Level Business Courses and Adult Learning Theory: Application Exercises in HRM, SCM, Marketing, and Finance. Journal of Human Resources Education, 6(1). Retrieved from https://journals.troy.edu/index.php/JHRE/article/view/85
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