Title

An Empirical Study Of Hospitality Management Student Attitudes Toward Group Projects: Instructional Factors And Team Problems

Keywords

Group Project, Team Problems, Instructional Factors, Hospitality

Abstract

The development of positive attitudes in team-based work is important in management education. This study investigates hospitality students attitudes toward group projects by examining instructional factors and team problems. Specifically, we examine how the students perceptions of project appropriateness, instructors support, and evaluation fairness influence their attitudes toward group projects. Also the effect of students team problems on their attitudes toward group projects is examined. This study has highlighted the criticality of the instructors role in group project management for achieving a high level of positive attitudes toward group projects among the hospitality management students.

Publication Date

10-1-2012

Original Citation

Choi, Y., & Ro, H. (2012). An empirical study of hospitality management student attitudes toward group projects: Instructional factors and team problems. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 9(4), 303-312.

Number of Pages

303-312

Document Type

Paper

Language

English

Source Title

Journal of College Teaching and Learning

Volume

9

Issue

4

College

Rosen College of Hospitality Management

Location

Rosen College of Hospitality Management

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http://dx.doi.org/10.19030/tlc.v9i4.7301

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