Journal of Management
vol. 12, iss. 1, pp. 107-120
An effective complementary teaching method at business college
new teaching methodology was tested at a private college, which
delivers business studyprograms on the undergraduate and
graduate level. The combination of video-lectures with live
classactivities (discussions, case study solving) was used in the
course which provides studentscompetences for managing growing small
and medium-sized business. Full- and part-time studentsparticipated in
the two separated classes with identical study program and the same
methodologicalapproach was applied to assess the teaching approach. The
main objective of the study was toexamine the possible differences
between the two groups of studies. In total 126 students participatedin
the study and the data collection was done with a survey. Several
statistically significantdifferences were revealed. The most
important finding is that part-time students were much lessenthusiastic
for the delivered teaching approach. It looks like they appreciated
more the liveinteraction with other students and with the teacher and
probably saw the opportunity of activeparticipation as the main added
value of the studies. The implication of the study is that
coursedesign, which includes video, should carefully take into account
the two types of students addressed.
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