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Author Barron, Katelin, author

Title Dr. Hammond learns a lesson : dysfunction of mobile technology in a mobile apps course / Katelin Barron, Shih Yung Chou
Published London : NeilsonJournals Publishing, 2015
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Series SAGE Knowledge. Cases
SAGE Knowledge. Cases
Summary This case takes a detailed look into the teaching experience of a Management Information Systems (MIS) instructor who had dedicated a large portion of his life to sharing his knowledge with younger generations. Dr. Hammond had an extended background in MIS and a desire to see his students succeed in the industry. However, he was presented with an early teaching struggle within a Mobile Apps Development course. The struggle was centered on student classroom misbehaviors stemming from a lack interest in engagement and participation. He sought to find answers by inviting students to discuss their academic interests and goals. While thinking about how to reach possible solutions with the subsequent information, Dr. Hammond received a call from a longtime friend and experienced teaching colleague who encouraged him to talk about this issue. His friend helped him devise a plan that would forever change Dr. Hammond's outlook on leadership and motivation in the classroom setting
Notes Originally Published InBarron, K., & Chou, S. Y. (2015). Dr. Hammond learns a lesson: Dysfunction of mobile technology in a mobile apps course. Journal of Organizational Behavior Education, 8(1), 43-48. JOBE8-0CS4
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Application software -- Development -- Vocational guidance -- Case studies.
Classroom management -- Case studies.
Management information systems -- Case studies.
Motivation in education -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Zhou, Shiyong, author
ISBN 1526461935
9781526461933 (ebook)