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International Journal of Management in Education (21 papers in press)

 

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  • Examining the relationship between rubric assessment tools and enhancement of student learning   Order a copy of this article
    by Y. Malini Reddy 
    Abstract: Assessment of Learning Outcomes (LOs) is an important academic process that can be used to understand and improve student learning. Several researchers have proposed that as the first step in a continual learning cycle of measurement, feedback, reflection and change, assessment can play a vital role in guiding students' learning efforts. Empirical evidence that validate this proposition is, however, both inadequate and inconclusive. This study discusses the results of three field experiments that were conducted to investigate the usefulness of an assessment tool, rubric, in enhancing students' usage of learning strategies and attainment of LOs.
    Keywords: learning outcomes; learning strategies; rubrics; measurement; motivation; self-regulation; self-assessment; rubric tools; assessment tools; learning enhancement; student learning; continual cycles; learning cycles; feedback; reflection; change; Hyderabad; India; HEIs; higher education institutions; universities; education management.
     
  • The ASEAN economic community 2015: A case study of challenges in Thai higher education
    by Paipan Thanalerdsopit, Komsak Meksamoot, Nopasit Chakpitak, Pitipong Yodmongkol, Anchalee Jengjarern 
     
  • Exploring Determinants of Students Experience, Perceptions and Loyalty Intentions in Higher Education Institutions
    by Anand Agrawal, VieMing Tan 
     
  • Professional development of Roma teaching assistants in Slovenia
    by Irena Bačlija, Anja Grabner 
     
  • Implementing External Evaluation in Schools: The Case of Slovenia
    by Mateja Brejc, Andrej Koren 
     
  • A Proposed University Admission Model for Turkey based on Computerized Examination and Decentralized Placement
    by Yavuz KECELI 
     
  • Institutional and Faculty role in academic achievements of students: evidence from a public sector university of Pakistan
    by Ishfaq Ahmed, Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Salmiah Mohamad Amin, Talat Islam 
     
  • Do Executive Students Feel a Sense of Community in the Online Classroom? Implications for Online Management Education and Student Learning Experiences
    by Patricia D. Rafferty, Christine M. Anderson 
     
  • An Investigation Of The Branding Strategies Of The Top 20 Indian Business Schools
    by Anju Gulla, Umesh Gulla 
     
  • Historical Development of Higher Education and Quality Assurance in Southeast Asia
    by Baboucarr Njie, Soaib Asimiran, Ramli Basri, Suhaida bt Abd Kadir 
     
  • A Framework for Improving School Safety Management: Applying Lean Thinking to a Case Study in Thailand
    by Pachernwaat Srichai, Pitipong Yodmongkol, Nopasit Chakpitak, Komsak Meksamoot, Pradorn Sureephong 
     
  • Identification and Modelling of Winners and Qualifiers for Management Institutes: Evidence from India
    by Ritika Mahajan, Rajat Agrawal, Vinay Sharma, Vinay Nangia 
     
  • Integrated internal evaluation in a higher education institution
    by Osmo Kauppila, Tuomo Kinnunen, Janne Harkonen, Jaakko Kujala 
     
  • Organizational factors influencing teachers inner sense of affective commitment to their schools in high- and low-accountability environments
    by Knut-Andreas Christophersen, Eyvind Elstad, Are Turmo 
     
  • Evidence on teaching qualifications, characteristics, competence and lecturer performance in higher institutions in Nigeria
    by Esuh Ossai-Igwe Lucky, Nurahimah Bt Mohd Yusoff 
     
  • Dear me: reflecting on the use of five-minute letters to assess students' personal development
    by Stefania Mariano 
     
  • Communication apprehension among Chinese accounting and business students: a demographic exploration
    by Alex Tun-Lee Foo, Paul GnanaSelvam, Chzia-Poaw Sim 
     
  • Survey on marketing tactics used to build private school image and increase parents' loyalty
    by Shahab Alam Malik, Amna Mushtaq, Laeeq Hassan Jaswal, Shujah Alam Malik 
     
  • Students' perception of total quality management: role of location and gender
    by Masoumeh Pourrajab, Ramli Basri, Shaffe Mohd Daud, Soaib Asimiran 
     
  • Management strategies to improve research performance in higher education: an ice-breaking model for the humanities and social sciences
    by Krith Karnjanakitti, Nopasit Chakpitak, Pitipong Yodmongkol, Pakdeekul Ratana 
     
  • A cloud-based teaching framework: an introduction
    by Robab Saadatdoost, Alex Tze Hiang Sim, Hosein Jafarkarimi, Leila Saadatdoost