Dividend (Vol. 6, No. 3, Spring, 1975)
Table of Contents: In this issue, we focus on teaching in its various aspects: ; What Makes a Good Teacher? p. 4 - There are all sorts of ways to answer this question, and students and faculty used many of them. The answers, taken together, give some interesting insights into a complex question ; No Ivory Tower Here! You can study toward your MBA from the University of Michigan Graduate School of Business in an office complex located smack in the middle of Dearborn. ; "You get to a point where you look at what else you're going to do with your life" p. 14 - Mike Hayes gave up a $37300 a year Job to return to school for his Ph.D. Why? This interview explores his reasons, Ways of Teaching ; p. 16 - We asked some of the teachers at the Business School about different methods they have used to get an idea from one mind into another. ; Hashing Out the Specifics-A Dialogue on Teaching p. 18 - Brief excerpts from absorbing two hour discussion on teaching which took place between W. J. MeKeachie, professor of psychology who has for 25 years been conducting and assessing research on effective college teaching, and students in the Business School's Ph.D. Seminar in Learning and Teaching. ; Demote With Dignity by James Doty, MBA '74 - and Ron Gregg, MBA '74 p. 21 - Professor Lee Danielson divides his class in personnel policies into teams, and asks them to report on one of 24 suggested topics as if they were an employee of the company considering the plan of action or problem the topic represents. This paper was written in response to the question "How do we demote with dignity a long service employee?" ; Among Ourselves p. 24 ; About the Cover, Good teaching, it seemed to us, is too dynamic to he well represented by one single picture. The thirty pictures on the cover perhaps give some graphic idea of the energy and variety required of a good teacher. They were all taken during one session of LaRue Hosmer's class in small business management. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50711>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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