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Business Faculty Opinions of Teaching Methods and Resources
Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Economics
  • Gundars Kaupins, Boise State University
  • Malcolm Coco, Abilene Christian University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
7-1-2003
Abstract
About two hundred and eighty business professors compared seventeen teaching methods and resources based on four objectives. Interactive, hands-on teaching methods such as internships were rated first and less interactive teaching resources such as radio were rated last. Web courses that included more interaction such as chats were rated higher than Web courses with audio, typed lectures, and videos. However, all four types of Web courses investigated were rated in the bottom half of the teaching methods and resources. Results correspond to major principles of andragogy theory.
Citation Information
Gundars Kaupins and Malcolm Coco. "Business Faculty Opinions of Teaching Methods and Resources" Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Economics (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gundars_kaupins/25/