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Handbook of Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership, and Business

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Handbook of Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership, and Business

9781789901641 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Stuart Allen, Professor, Department of Organizational Leadership, Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Kim Gower, Assistant Professor, College of Business, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Virginia and Danielle K. Allen, researcher and adjunct faculty, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US
Publication Date: September 2020 ISBN: 978 1 78990 164 1 Extent: 480 pp
Ever-evolving technological innovation creates both opportunities and challenges for educators aiming to achieve meaningful and effective learning in the classroom and to equip students with a well-honed set of technology skills as they enter the professional world. The Handbook of Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership, and Business is written by experienced instructors using technology in novel and impactful ways in their undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as researchers reporting and reflecting on studies and literature that can guide them on the how and why of teaching with technology.

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Ever-evolving technological innovation creates both opportunities and challenges for educators aiming to achieve meaningful and effective learning in the classroom and to equip students with a well-honed set of technology skills as they enter the professional world. The Handbook of Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership, and Business is written by experienced instructors using technology in novel and impactful ways in their undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as researchers reporting and reflecting on studies and literature that can guide them on the how and why of teaching with technology.

Combining insights from research and practice, this comprehensive Handbook provides a state-of-the-art reflection on the role and effectiveness of technology in management, leadership, and business education. It offers a variety of resources and guidelines for the application of technology across different educational contexts and courses, and explores how specific digital tools, software, and applications have been used in the classroom to promote student engagement, assessment, collaboration, learning, and leadership.

The broad range of chapters will support educators, administrators, instructional designers, researchers, chief information officers, and teaching technology developers seeking to expand their knowledge on the use of teaching and learning technologies in higher-education level management, leadership, and business programs.
Critical Acclaim
‘This Handbook is a rich compendium of the ways in which educators can incorporate a wide range of technologies in their management, leadership, and business courses. Besides covering cutting-edge teaching technologies and related best practices, it stimulates thinking about how to increase their adoption by both educators and students.’
– Surinder Kahai, Binghamton University, State University of New York, US

‘This is a book for our times. Online courses have demonstrated how technology democratizes and globalizes learning by allowing it to take place anywhere, anytime. However, using technology well still challenges educators. The authors in this comprehensive Handbook guide the reader from course design, to application, to evaluation. This book provides leadership, management, and business educators with a toolbox for using technology to deliver and enhance their courses.’
– Joanne B. Ciulla, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, US
Contributors
Contributors include: D.K. Allen, S. Allen, M.S. Andrade, N. Bagranoff, K.N. Bauer, J. Benesh, G.E Boone, M. Brady, S. Bryant, S. Chan, N.H. Chapman, N.L.D. Chiong, M. Crawford, A. Dávila Valdiviezo, A. Devitt, A. DeWalt, L. Dinauer, M.M. Dryburgh, M. Edwards, A. Feldstein, M.R. Fellenz, S.K. Foss, D.C. Fowler, N. Fu, D.A. Gandara, C. Garcia-Marquez, C.A. Gorman, K. Gower, A. J. Grant, K.L. Guthrie, S.J. Han, J.P. Jarc, J.T. Jarc, S. Jhamb, G. Jones Boss, M.L. Joseph, J.M. Leimeister, A.C. Lewis, K.D. Lo, K. Long, R. McCracken, L.D. Mitchell, J.P. Mitchell, K.A. Moran, J.L. Morrison, R.Y. Mulligan, T.A. Nelson, G. Ngai, J.D. Parlamis, C. Pearson, A.A. Piña, K. Radford, R. Rietsche, R.E. Riggio, H. Sarvaiya, T.A. Scandura, B. Schiano, R.J. Skovira, M. Söllner, J.J. Sosik, A. Spear, H. Staples, H. Stewart, L.T. Stickney, K.B. Stone, S. Tatachari, M.P. Trinh, J. Warisse Turner, M.J. Urick
Contents
Contents:

Foreword by John J. Sosik
Introduction to the Handbook of Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership and Business

PART I FOUNDATIONS: CONCEPTS, CONTEXT, AND DESIGN
1. A Context for Teaching with Technology in Management, Leadership, and Business
Stuart Allen, Kim Gower, and Danielle K. Allen
2. Using the TPACK Framework to Develop an Integrated Strategy for Teaching Management, Leadership, and Business with Technology
Leslie Dinauer
3. Technology, Culture, Leadership, and Education: Five Orthodoxies
A. J. Grant and Robert Joseph Skovira
4. Distance Learning – Considerations and Innovations for Business Schools
Maureen Snow Andrade
5. Creating Inclusive Online Learning for Business Students with Disabilities
Miriam Edwards
6. Best Practices in the Construction of Attentional Social Presence: Securing the Attention of Multicommunicating Audiences in the Business World
Jeanine Warisse Turner and Sonja K. Foss
7. Outcomes First! Online Learning that Puts Technology in its Place
Julie Benesh and Alisha DeWalt
8. An Administrative Perspective: Going Online with Limited Resources
Michael J. Urick
9. Best Practices for New Online Management Education Instructors to Overcome Resistance to Online Teaching: New Insights
Lorianne D. Mitchell
10. Business Education and Technology – An AACSB Perspective
Nancy Bagranoff and Stephanie Bryant

PART II APPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
11. The Role of Technology in Online Case Teaching
Bill Schiano
12. Teaching with Transformational Technology: Building a Postheroic Ethos in Leadership Education
James J. Jarc and Jonathan P. Jarc
13. Peer Coaching: A Holistic Experiential Learning Process in Online Leadership Classes
Mai P. Trinh
14. A Move Towards Mastery: Leveraging Technology to Create Life Long Learners
Jordan P. Mitchell and Kim Gower
15. Reciprocal Peer Tutoring: A Simple Strategy for Enhancing Classroom Learning and the Academic Social Environment
Ronald E. Riggio and Rowan Y. Mulligan
16. Virtual Presentations: Techniques for Improved Learning Outcomes and Assessment of Student Learning in Management, Leadership, and Business
Kyle B. Stone
17. Promoting Global Leadership Through Collaborative Online International Learning
Natasha H. Chapman, Anne Spear, Grace Ngai, and Stephen Chan
18. Utilizing Interactive Technology for Implementing a Flipped Classroom for Teaching Design Leadership
James L. Morrison
19. Leveraging Game Design and Participatory Culture to Foster Authentic Learning
Andrew Feldstein
20. Strategies for Integration of Cognitive Apprenticeship into Distance Learning for Adult Learners
Kelsey Long and Soo Jeoung “Crystal” Han
21. Approaches to Writing, Transforming, and Selecting Cases for Use in Online Teaching: A Practitioner Perspective
Richard McCracken

PART III APPLICATIONS OF SPECIFIC TECHNOLOGY TOOLS
22. The Robots are Coming, are you Ready?
Terry A. Nelson, Kevin D. Lo, and Sumeet Jhamb
23. Increasing Student Engagement in Data-Driven Management Education: Front-Facing Lightboard Technology in the Flipped Classroom
Heather Staples and Amy C. Lewis
24. Improving Classroom Discussion of Self-Assessments through Polling
Terri A. Scandura
25. Learning by Listening: Using Podcasts to Enhance Leadership Education
Martinella M. Dryburgh
26. Smartphone Apps for Use in Management Education
Danielle C. Fowler and Lisa T. Stickney
27. Insights on the Use of Free and Open Educational Resources in Business and Management Education
Anthony A. Piña and Kenneth A. Moran
28. Using Twitter as a Technology Tool to Teach Leadership
Courtney “Pearson” Pearson and Kathy L. Guthrie
29. Use of Social Media in Indian MBA Classes: Facebook Groups in a Course on Organizational Behaviour
Srinivasan Tatachari
30. Fostering Soft-Skills Development Through Learning Experience Platforms (LXPs)
Andrés Dávila Valdiviezo and Maria Crawford
31. Teaching with Games and Gamification: Best Practices and Future Research Needs
Kristina N. Bauer, Caribay Garcia-Marquez, and Daniel A. Gandara
32. Teaching Global Citizen-Leadership by Design: Expanding Learning Opportunities Through Web-based Digital Curation Tools
Ginny Jones Boss

PART IV EVALUATING AND RESEARCHING THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
33. Why the Jury Is Still Out on Business Simulation Games
Meg L. Joseph
34. Exploring the Drivers and Barriers for E-learning System Impact in the Higher Education Sector
Norman Lee Dong Chiong and Na Fu
35. From the Chalkboard to the Motherboard: A Quasi-experimental Comparison of Online and On-ground Organizational Behavior Classes
Lorianne D. Mitchell, Jennifer D. Parlamis, G. Elaine Boone, and C. Allen Gorman
36. The Impact of Practice on Feedback-Providing Skills in an Online Peer Review Activity
Roman Rietsche, Matthias Söllner, and Jan Marco Leimeister
37. Choices, Choices, Choices: Online and Face-to-Face Options for Management Students
Katrina Radford, Heather Stewart, and Harsha Sarvaiya
38. Adopting Assessment for Learning (AfL) in Higher Education: Implications for Technology Deployment
Mairead Brady, Martin R. Fellenz, and Ann Devitt

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