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Pages: 3262-3268
Publication year: 2011
ISBN: 978-84-614-7423-3
ISSN: 2340-1079

Conference name: 5th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 7-9 March, 2011
Location: Valencia, Spain

FOR THE MODULE: “RESEARCH METHODS TEACHING IN BUSINESS EDUCATION” (GEORGIA CASE IN THE FRAME OF THE MODERN EDUCATIONAL REFORMS)

R. Mekvabidze, S. Sreseli

Gori Teaching University (GEORGIA)
It is not self –evident that knowledge society will become an inclusive and improving society, but we know that education is vital for economic and social progress . If we will consider research and innovation as an engine for change , we need to undertake more specific research and promote education on a modern scale. Consider in mind that the developing countries face many challenges in the market economy which may be consider as one of the important problem of the research methods teaching in business education. Universities update more frequently their curricula and syllabi in order to have their potential graduates capable of facing the challenges of market competition. But within the process of research teaching methods, in connection with the relevant academic literature dealing, must be considered a related aspects in the context of global market trends, learning strategies that meet market requirements.

The paper includes the organization and design of learning process , teaching methodology and methodological innovation, development of information and knowledge systems, research approaches, research tools and their use, especially: the mission of the module, teaching methods, State’s requirements, business development of the state, curricula design and syllabi of the module.

In this article are discussed alternative approaches to Research Methods Teaching in Business Education and compares assumption underlying action oriented approaches. Also, here is reviewed how to explore the nature of experience in undergraduate and postgraduate Research Methods Teaching. It stresses the importance of productive relationship between Business Education and market competitiveness and in result on improving the understanding the trends of educational reforms provided by universities of Georgia.

Besides this, there is discussed the role of business education in building a workforce as business education has become an important part of the young generation for their preparation for success in business. The main attention is provided on preparing teaching course material that includes quality improvement concepts which could be applied for providing Modern Educational Reforms

In this paper it is argued that quantitative approaches sequentially with the inclusion in the syllabi of “Research Methods Teaching in Business Education” can help graduates to improve their decision making and personnel development. This paper focuses on the different assumptions that are based on the starting point and taking action within each perspective that is balanced between teaching methods and student’s assessment.
And at last, there is considered the important question: when we can begin to teach the research methods and what research method is the origin for business education? We decided it is financial analyze!
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R. Mekvabidze, S. Sreseli (2011) FOR THE MODULE: “RESEARCH METHODS TEACHING IN BUSINESS EDUCATION” (GEORGIA CASE IN THE FRAME OF THE MODERN EDUCATIONAL REFORMS), INTED2011 Proceedings, pp. 3262-3268.
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