Experiential learning, management classroom, group work in education, competitive learning, motivation in education
Many instructors have hailed the benefits of experiential learning in the management classroom. In this article I review these benefits and present a framework that explores how competitive and cooperative learning structures can serve as integrative and motivational tools. When used appropriately, these tools can increase a student’s engagement in the learning process. Additionally, I outline how a balanced instructional approach can be created and implemented in the management classroom.
Anderson, J. R. (2006). On Cooperative And Competitive Learning In The Management Classroom. Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Technology, 7(1). Retrieved from https://openspaces.unk.edu/mpjbt/vol7/iss1/4
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