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SIMBA: A simulator for business education and research

Fernando Borrajo, Yolanda Bueno, Isidro de Pablo, Begoña Santos, Fernando Fernández, Javier García, Ismael Sagredo
2010 Decision Support Systems  
Acknowledgements This work has been partially sponsored by a regional project CCG08 UC3M/TIC 4141 of the Comunidad de Madrid, a national pro ject TIN2008 06701 C03 03 of the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación  ...  of Spain and a contract with Simuladores Empresariales S.L.  ...  Section 5 describes SIMBA as a platform for the study and integration of multi agent systems in Educational Business Simulators.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2009.06.009 fatcat:ehnalf2wrndfnlsx53w637omxq

Revisiting Global Information Systems Management Education

Catherine Beise, Rosann Webb Collins, Fred Niederman, Jim J. Quan, Janette Moody
2005 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Information systems and technologies serve as one of the critical success factors for making this possible.  ...  Editor's Note: This paper evolved from a panel discussion at AMCIS 2004 concerning the content and methods for teaching a course on global information systems in the MIS curriculum.  ...  In addition, the issues of the impact of cultural values on conceptualizations that influence the use of systems within a national context (e.g. the Egyptian Cabinet's experiences with DSS implementation  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01630 fatcat:vahhrcjm2fb37fmtax7egtd42e


2011 International Journal of Management Cases  
MBAs, master's degrees in science, and other degrees are offered for key members of the family businesses. At the same time, we are having a debate on are entrepreneurs born or made?  ...  Family enterprise pedagogy does not exist, which creates a demand to activate the discussion on family enterprise education strategy for the future years.  ...  Since these decisions are fundamental to the future of the individual, this paper will argue that it is incumbent on the educational system to inform and expose students to a broad range of career options  ... 
doi:10.5848/apbj.2011.00002 fatcat:7spmxdgp6bhklinos3qw6lgkzq

The contribution of adult education to management education

John Davison
1967 The Vocational Aspect of Education  
This will be difficult if we must judge from Lord Franks' observations in his report' British Business Schools' :7 If a Business School were confined to the relatively short post-experience course alone  ...  One consequence was that the 'other grades' mentioned by Elbourne, who had made government control a workable system during the War, became integrated into a new kind of multi-function management structure  ... 
doi:10.1080/03057876780000251 fatcat:oymzcbyiivflvkesndv6o3kx3u

Education and Community

Fred Newmann, Donald Oliver
1967 Harvard Educational Review  
The educationists and mothers take field trips to explore a variety of the more progressive schools in the greater Boston area to provide information from which to discuss the kind of school experience  ...  How does the student cope with the re-entry problem, after having been educated within a system of values many of which contradict those of the "real world"?  ... 
doi:10.17763/haer.37.1.6066176325665628 fatcat:vpegla5rqzbudlvqoxqiaiujj4

Primary Physical Education

Gavin Ward, Gerald Griggs
2017 European Physical Education Review  
Clay G (1999) Movement backwards and forwards; the influence of government on PEan HMI perspective. The British Journal of Physical Education 30(4): 38-41.  ...  The ability of the subject to replicate its practices makes it a potential site for exploration from a memetic perspective.  ...  The meme of 'busy, happy and good' draws from this subordination of PE to more academic educational activity, justifying itself by providing a breathing space within pressurised primary curricula.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1356336x16676451 fatcat:g2alngzu2ncgpbkjxocb72b2jm

Education for Social Change: The Case of Teacher Education in Wales

Rebecca Weicht, Svanborg R. Jónsdóttir
2021 Sustainability  
The findings also show that the educational policy of Wales supports entrepreneurial education throughout all levels of the educational system.  ...  The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) is a leader in the development of entrepreneurial education in teacher education both in Wales and internationally.  ...  The CFW has been described as a "bold new vision for curriculum, teaching and learning" and a "radical departure from the top-down, teacher proof policy of the previous National Curriculum" [36] (p.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158574 fatcat:3mafhatucjcg5b52wikjgqsye4

Rethinking Education for All

Ellen Carm
2013 Sustainability  
Concepts of contextualized expansive education and object-oriented learning will be used to reveal the systemic causes of the challenges the individual actors experience in their daily learning activities  ...  One expected outcome of the paper is a contribution to the future strategies of EFA beyond 2015, built on the urgent requirements for inter-professional partnership and collaboration through a multidimensional  ...  Acknowledgements The LAO PDR case study reported on in this paper was commissioned by UNESCO; the Zambian study was a result of a formative research approach to identify changes and innovation in a larger  ... 
doi:10.3390/su5083447 fatcat:qxyqebdibncsvij2zihd3e2oge

Philosophy of Education

Michael Taylor
1977 Social Theory and Practice  
political and social systems; ▪ the questioning of fundamental social institutions, traditional values, and the introduction of new cultural patterns; ▪ the threat to individual rights, dignity and freedom  ...  behavior based on respect and appreciation for human values, beliefs and the rights of others ▪ an awareness of our relationships to the family and to local, national and world communities ▪ a knowledge  ...  -The Magnetic Field; Magnetic Force On A Current-Carrying Conductor; Torque On A Current Loop In A Uniform Magnetic Field; Motion Of A Charged Particle In A Uniform Magnetic Field; Magnetic Field  ... 
doi:10.5840/soctheorpract1977437 fatcat:ly7e6vjrirckrdmrqgowitmesa

Educational Leadership

D. W.
1964 Science  
ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Reaching this point of academic achievement, rather than relaxing on a plateau, I feel motivated to take on new challenges by the key individuals who propelled me to this level.  ...  Pam Tipton, also a member of my dissertation committee, consistently contributed a fresh perspective on my work.  ...  Education focuses on the process of developing a person's potential where business focuses on the end product profits.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.143.3608.767 pmid:17782832 fatcat:nsjb6xmitndmnbdgo454q2hhku

Educational Leadership

1965 Rocks & Minerals  
ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Reaching this point of academic achievement, rather than relaxing on a plateau, I feel motivated to take on new challenges by the key individuals who propelled me to this level.  ...  Pam Tipton, also a member of my dissertation committee, consistently contributed a fresh perspective on my work.  ...  Education focuses on the process of developing a person's potential where business focuses on the end product profits.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00357529.1965.11765799 fatcat:foh3xmj2lzcmdeka6pv5lnzaze

Exploring Responsible Project Management Education

Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper
2018 Education Sciences  
The study concludes nine characteristics that provide a conceptual starting point for more empirical research on the topic.  ...  Following the model of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education, some first ideas on what Responsible Project Management Education should entail developed.  ...  a wider, research-informed reading to expose the fragmented nature of the project management field and a range of competing models, theories, methods, and arguments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9010002 fatcat:3a7gehdbmrawbivmck7p57afca

Globalization and Education

Parlo Singh
2004 Educational Theory  
The paper examines: the concept of globalization (descriptive and productive aspects), cultural aspects of globalization, and qualitative research methods in education under conditions of globalizationwho  ...  This paper presents an extended review of four books on globalization and education.  ...  market-oriented education policies, the influence of supra-national institutions such as the OECD on national education systems, and the emergence of new global cultural flows which shape new constructions  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0013-2004.2004.00006.x fatcat:w6zjdlw25jd23ptpxb34u7uf7i

Gearing up education towards Industry 4.0

Dr. Krishnan Umachandran, Igor Jur?i?, Debra Ferdinand-James
Industry has undergone various revolutions up to now, and through cyber-physical systems would communicate, collaborate in real time of the process and product value stream.  ...  Being technologically prepared is the need of the time then to wait for the opportunity to push the educational system to change, where the time loss would handicap the economy and younger generations  ...  Global educational curriculum should effectively report the essentials of specific businesses and their IT capability to future technology in information, communication and embedded computing in Automation  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijct.v17i2.7754 fatcat:llk6tzc3zzb3baybx23bkfc36e

Teacher education

2005 Language Teaching  
The final part of the review looks at the implications for teaching reading strategies, where it is suggested strategy instruction is useful for diverse groups of learners and that a flexible, strategy-rich  ...  After in introductory section on definitions and explanations of learning strategies, the review goes on to present three different models for reading comprehension strategy instruction: Reciprocal Teaching  ...  The paper presents a study of informants' interpretations of business texts in Hong Kong.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805252631 fatcat:2c4dkfbftbccrbe4janp2a7fli
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