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Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

2005

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Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught In An Action-Learning Format? We Compare Entrepreneurship Action Learning Outcomes For Undergraduate Students In Germany, Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand, United States And Australia, Jens Mueller, Robert Wyatt, Heinz Klandt, Wee Liang Tan Nov 2005

Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught In An Action-Learning Format? We Compare Entrepreneurship Action Learning Outcomes For Undergraduate Students In Germany, Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand, United States And Australia, Jens Mueller, Robert Wyatt, Heinz Klandt, Wee Liang Tan

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To Pete Or Not To Pete: Review Of The Practical Entrepreneurship Teaching Engagement (Pete) Model To Produce Practically Relevant Entrepreneurial Learning: A Comparison Of The Effectiveness Of Action-Learning In Entrepreneurship In Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand And Australia, Jens Mueller, John Thornton, Joe Dewberry, Wee Liang Tan, Hanjun Hu Oct 2005

To Pete Or Not To Pete: Review Of The Practical Entrepreneurship Teaching Engagement (Pete) Model To Produce Practically Relevant Entrepreneurial Learning: A Comparison Of The Effectiveness Of Action-Learning In Entrepreneurship In Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand And Australia, Jens Mueller, John Thornton, Joe Dewberry, Wee Liang Tan, Hanjun Hu

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Situational Judgment Tests And Their Predictiveness Of College Students' Success: The Influence Of Faking, Helga Peeters, Filip Lievens Feb 2005

Situational Judgment Tests And Their Predictiveness Of College Students' Success: The Influence Of Faking, Helga Peeters, Filip Lievens

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There is increasing interest in using situational judgment tests (SJTs) to supplement traditional student admission procedures. An important unexplored issue is whether students can intentionally distort or fake their responses on SJTs. This study examined the fakability of an SJT of college students' performance. Two hundred ninety-three psychology students completed a cognitive test, a personality measure, and an SJT. Only for the SJT, the students were assigned to either an honest or a fake condition. The scores of students in the fake condition were significantly higher than those of students in the honest condition (d = .89). Furthermore, faking had a ...


The Perceptions Of Students Outside The United States On Cases Versus Lectures, G.W. Kester, R.A. Dean, David K. Ding, S.A. Hoover, M. Skully Jan 2005

The Perceptions Of Students Outside The United States On Cases Versus Lectures, G.W. Kester, R.A. Dean, David K. Ding, S.A. Hoover, M. Skully

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This paper reports the results of a survey of postgraduate students at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, the University of Melbourne in Australia, Monash University in Australia, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and the National University of Ireland, Galway regarding their perceptions of cases versus lectures. The respondents to our survey to prefer lectures in introductory courses and cases when used to supplement lectures or used in advanced upper level courses. They agree that cases are an effective way to provide them with an organizational context that enhances their understanding of the subject matter and how it relates to ...