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Small Business Workbook Final exam, 5. appreciate business and management principles that apply specifically in a tropical environmental context Small Business Workbook Final exam Course Learning Outcomes Assessment K1 Demonstrate essential knowledge necessary for a career in business related professions Small Business Workbook Final exam K2 Synthesise underlying principles and concepts for making business decisions Small Business Workbook Final exam S2 Apply critical thinking to address issues in business Small Business Workbook Final exam S3 Convey information clearly and fluently, in high quality written form appropriate for their audience. Small Business Workbook K – Knowledge; S – Skills; A – Application of Knowledge & Skills 2.3 Learning and teaching in this subject This subject uses a combination of approaches to teaching and learning, including both student centred and teacher directed approaches. The content of the subject is disseminated using a variety of teaching strategies including workshops, group work, case studies, discussions, simulations, and readings. At the beginning of each lecture session, you will be made aware of the expected learning outcomes, how such outcomes are relevant to the world of business, and the resources that support the learning outcomes of this subject. BU1104 is a first year core subject and forms the basis of your Business degree. Many of the topics covered are subjects in their own right depending upon which major you have chosen. All of the subject material, assessment and results will be located in Learn JCU, the learning management platform utilised by all teaching staff at JCU. Students are encouraged to make use of JCU library, learning advisers, career counsellors, courses such as EndNote, using databases, finding journal articles and the like. The way to maximise the JCU student experience is dependent on students learning how to find the facilities and opportunities relevant to individual needs. You are expected to be an active participant in the learning process and are encouraged to participate in workshops/tutorials and undertake weekly readings. 2.4 Student feedback on subject As part of our commitment at JCU to improving the quality of our courses and teaching, we regularly seek feedback on your learning experiences. Student feedback informs evaluation of subject and teaching strengths and areas that may need refinement or change. Your JCU Subject and Teaching Surveys provide a formal and confidential method for you to provide feedback about your subjects and the staff members teaching within them. These surveys are available to all students through LearnJCU . You will receive an email invitation when the survey opens. 2.5 Subject resources and special requirements Prescribed Texts » Williams, C., & McWilliams, A. (2014). MGMT 2 nd Asia-Pacific Edition . South Melbourne: Cengage Learning.
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