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Journal of Management Education
written by Donald R. Bacon, Kim A. Stewart, and William S. Silver
This study empirically identifies which teacher-controlled (contextual) variables have the greatest impact on whether the student will have a great team experience or a miserable one. The results indicate that the clarity of instructions to the team, the longevity of the team experience, and self-selection of teammates all positively affect team experiences. The level of management education, the team size, and the percentage of the course grade associated with team performance did not differ across best and worst team experiences. Contrary to previous empirical findings and conventional wisdom, the use of peer evaluations was negatively associated with good team experiences. Further insights from the data and implications for the use of student teams are discussed.
Journal of Management Education: Volume 23, Issue 5, Pages 467-488
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Education - Applied Research
- Active Learning
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- Learning Environment
Education - Basic Research
- Sample Population
- Student Characteristics
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- High School
- Reference Material
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© 1999 Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (MOBTS)
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October 1, 1911
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AIP Format
D. Bacon, K. Stewart, and W. Silver, , J. Manag. Educ. 23 (5), 467 (1999), WWW Document, (https://doi.org/10.1177/105256299902300503).
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D. Bacon, K. Stewart, and W. Silver, Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference, J. Manag. Educ. 23 (5), 467 (1999), <https://doi.org/10.1177/105256299902300503>.
APA Format
Bacon, D., Stewart, K., & Silver, W. (1911, October 1). Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference. J. Manag. Educ., 23(5), 467-488. Retrieved November 26, 2022, from https://doi.org/10.1177/105256299902300503
Chicago Format
Bacon, D, K. Stewart, and W. Silver. "Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference." J. Manag. Educ. 23, no. 5, (October 1, 1911): 467-488, https://doi.org/10.1177/105256299902300503 (accessed 26 November 2022).
MLA Format
Bacon, Donald R., Kim A. Stewart, and William S. Silver. "Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference." J. Manag. Educ. 23.5 (1999): 467-488. 26 Nov. 2022 <https://doi.org/10.1177/105256299902300503>.
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