Immediate Feedback and Active Learning: Active Learning and use of Einstruction’s Classroom Performance System
Student operated infrared selectors and an infrared receiver are used in class to facilitate active learning, more participation and immediate feedback
||Classroom Performance System, Active Learning, Immediate Feedback, Electronic Teaching Methodologies
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.79-82.
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Dr. Predmore graduated from University of Virginia with a B. A. in psychology and has an M. A. in liberal arts from the University of Maryland, and an M. B. A. from Baruch College. She received her Ph. D. with a specialization in consumer behavior from the City University of New York in 1991.
Dr. Predmore was Assistant Dean for the School of Business at Hofstra University from 1987 – 1989 when she accepted a faculty position at Manhattan College as a lecturer. Upon receiving her Ph. D., she became an assistant professor in 1991 and is now an associate professor of marketing with tenure. Dr. Predmore’s research interests are diverse, covering Ethics, Sales, Consumer Decision Making, the Retail Environment, Stakeholder Theory, and E-Marketing. She has published in proceedings, journals and books. Some of her articles are:
“e-Teaching Theory and Concepts: Active Learning Using Discussion Boards and Macromedia’s Director” with Alfred R. Manduley, January 2004.
“Management by Site Based Teams: A Statistical Approach”, Management Decisions, Emerald Insight (pub.)with Salah Khelfaoui and Anthony Serio, December 2003.
“The Myth of the Salesperson: Intended and Unintended Consequences of Product-Specific Sales Incentives “ (with Tara Radin), The Journal of Business Ethics, March 2002.
“Immersion as an Alternative in International Education” (with A. R. Manduley), The Journal of the Association of Marketing Educators, (Vol. 2, Issue 2), Winter 1999, pp. 144-149.
Recent proceedings have been:
“Retailing in an Environment of Terrorism: Perception of Risk” (with A. Manduley), 11th Annual Conference, American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Feb 19 -23, 2004.
“Ethics, Religiousness and Prejudice,”( with A. Goma, A. Manduley and F. Abdulahad), 10th Annual Business Ethics Conference, St. Johns University, October 22, 2003
“Retailing in an Environment of Terrorism and Responsibility to Employees,” (with A. Manduley and F. Abdulahad) Proceedings,
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