Seminars, senior research, universities and colleges, economics and finance students
This is an experiential and philosophical account of teaching the senior research seminar to economics and finance students. This article covers issues involving grading, resources, project selection, accountability, assessment, and class structure as well as the culture shock felt by both students and teacher in an independent study environment. One major point is that greater communication and minimal structure are more effective in creating the atmosphere of a true seminar. Instead of wasting time on research methods and over-assessment, the active exchange of ideas and learning-by-doing should be the focus of the senior seminar.
Duffy, N. E. (2014). Thoughts on Teaching the Senior Research Seminar in a Four-Year College: Suggested Protocols. Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Technology, 15(1). Retrieved from https://openspaces.unk.edu/mpjbt/vol15/iss1/5
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