An Integrated Experiential Model for Student Transformation – Lessons Learned

  • Steven L. Bovee
  • Marcia O'Brien
  • Ervin Starr

Abstract

This paper is an update of previously published research on the development and implementation of an integrated experiential student transformation model for an undergraduate business program, focusing on the results and lessons learned from its implementation. The authors briefly review the evolution in thinking that generated this model and the related approach to teaching and learning, as well as the means by which this model was implemented into the student learning experience. Particular emphasis is given to assessment of the results from the implementation of this model and consideration of future implications.
How to Cite
Bovee, S. L., O’Brien, M., & Starr, E. (1). An Integrated Experiential Model for Student Transformation – Lessons Learned. Christian Business Academy Review, 8. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/48
Section
Joint CBAR & JBIB Special Section: Christian Business Education in the 21st Century