Effectiveness of teaching methods in business education: A comparison study on the learning outcomes of lectures, case studies and simulations
Abstract Our study compares simulation, case study and lecture as the most common teaching methods in the business education. A sample of 194 undergraduate and MBA students is used to assess the perceived effectiveness of these teaching methods for developing students' problem solving skills, interpersonal skills and self-awareness. Our findings indicate that students perceive simulation as the most effective teaching method for developing their interpersonal skills and self-awareness followed by case study and lecture respectively. Regarding problem solving skills we found that simulation and case study are perceived as being similar but more effective than lectures. Comparing these three teaching methods based on their cognitive, skill-based and affective learning outcomes is a new approach for comparative studies in this literature. Highlights An empirical comparison of simulation, case study and lecture in business education. Students' perception on the effectiveness of these teaching methods are assessed. Students' problem solving skills, interpersonal skills and self-awareness are assessed. Simulation is perceived as the most effective method followed by case study & lecture. Simulation & case study develop students' problem solving skills similarly but better than lecture.
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