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Are we teaching what we should? dilemmas and problems in tourism and hotel management education
(Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2002)
There is a growing demand for professionally educated and trained staff in the Tourism and Hotel Management (THM) sector as the whole industry attempts to meet expanded consumer wants and desires. This article examines the ...
Gateway to the real world, industrial training: dilemmas and problems
(Pergamon Press, 2001-02)
In today's competitive society, students are faced with a selective job market which places premium on experience. Hands-on experience cannot be imparted through lectures. It can only be gained through direct activity, ...
Entertaining international visitors — the hybrid nature of tourism shows
Given that a post-modern perspective of tourism has introduced a new gaze of the destination as a construction of both visitor perception and supplier commodification, the language of cultural compression and place ...
Pay-back; can students evaluate their instructors: dilemmas and problems.
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001)
English-medium higher education: dilemma and problems
(Ani Publishing, Ani Yayincilik, 2010)
Problem statement: "Non-English speaking" countries have no choice but to learn English in order to survive in the international market. Establishing English-medium higher education institutions is one of the educational ...
Does a school make a difference? perceptions of an ‘effective school’
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2002)
This article examines perceptions of an effective school considering relevant literature, teachers’, administrators’ and students’ judgments. It discusses effectiveness as it applies to private school systems operating in ...
School-based supervision at a private Turkish school: a model for improving teacher evaluation
(Taylor & Francis Inc., 2002)
All aspects of work, and even play, require an allusive entity called supervision. Supervision models vary from loosely organized structures to strict activity overview. The `instructional supervisory role' may be performed ...
Impact of centralised istructional supervision on teachers: a case study of a private secondary school in Turkey
(University of Malta * Faculty of Education, 2000)
Examined implementation of centralized instructional supervision at a private Turkish secondary school, exploring administrators', department heads', and teachers' perceptions of this system's impact on all aspects of ...
Teacher performance evaluation: a stressful experience from a private secondary school
The study examines aspects of centralized and school-based supervision (SBS) as carried out at a private secondary school. Data were gathered from administrators, teachers and students through interviews, critical incidents ...
Human resources: A hidden advantage?
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2007)
Purpose - This study seeks to identify the general characteristics of the profile of staff at five-star hotels, and methods of recruitment, and makes suggestions for improvement in this sector. It is hoped that it will ...