The new generation of college students tends to utilize the internet and other forms of electronics to communicate. This paper inspects whether students perform more effectively when curriculum incorporates new techniques and technology. In researching teaching methods, it was determined that students are more visual, like case studies that have practical implications, and input from industry experts. After the research results were obtained, class experimentation utilizing, electronics, presentations by industry experts, and case studies to supplement conventional lectures, were implemented to determine whether upper level college students using these new techniques performed better than those using conventional techniques. An assessment evaluation of both classes was conducted to determine the effectiveness of the new techniques contrasted to the conventional techniques. It was noted that in classes utilizing new techniques, the students tended to participate more in class and make better grades.
|Keywords:||New Techniques, Teaching Techniques|
Professor, Endowed Chairholder, Smith-Hutson Endowed Chair of Banking, College of Business Administration, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, USA
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