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Presentation
Relation of Undergraduate Leadership Educators’ Perceived Learning Goals and Use of Instructional Strategies
Association of Leadership Educators 2012 Annual Conference (2012)
  • Daniel Jenkins
Abstract

"This research assesses the learning goals instructors teaching undergraduate leadership studies " "courses establish for their students and identifies statistically significant relationships between these learning goals and instructional strategy use through a national survey. The findings suggest an emphasis on application-­‐ and integration-­‐based learning goals and provide supporting evidence that discussion-­‐based pedagogies are the instructional strategy of choice for leadership educators that set out to meet these specific learning goals. "

Keywords
  • leadership education,
  • leadership pedagogy,
  • learning goals,
  • instructional strategies,
  • leadership,
  • leadership development
Publication Date
July, 2012
Citation Information
Daniel Jenkins. "Relation of Undergraduate Leadership Educators’ Perceived Learning Goals and Use of Instructional Strategies" Association of Leadership Educators 2012 Annual Conference (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/daniel_jenkins/8/