Academy of Educational Leadership Journal (Print ISSN: 1095-6328; Online ISSN: 1528-2643)


Preparedness of Early Career Marketing Educators

Author(s): Anderson Miller

Although the informal practice of teaching new teachers/professors has long been established in college, colleges and universities have been slow to agree to and promise to follow certain rules, procedures, etc. teaching programs. What's more, the books has showed/told about a not enough depth of understanding of these programs. In response, this study examines the influence that formal teaching-focused teaching during doctoral programs has on teaching state of being completely ready for something very differentlying the answers of taught early career teachers/professors and non-taught teachers/professors. The data suggest that taught teachers/professors report higher early career results, and that the quality of the teaching programs produced/gave up a positive and significant relationship with reported student process of figuring out the worth, amount, or quality of something ratings. This study illustrates the significant benefits early-career marketing faculty come from teaching for their early career success. Suggestions for putting into use teaching relationships are given.

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