Student Perceptions Of Value Added In An Active Learning Experience: Producing, Reviewing And Evaluating A Sales Team Video Presentation

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James J. Corbett
Boualem Kezim
James Stewart


Active Learning, Critical Thinking, Experiential Learning, Sales Management, Video Team-based Activity


This study investigates the effectiveness of a video team-based activity as a learning experience in a sales management course. Students perceived this learning activity approach as a beneficial and effective instructional technique.  The benefits of making a video in a marketing course reinforce the understanding and the use of the sales process in a creative way. In addition, we found this learning activity helped develop critical thinking by engaging students in creating and developing innovative products and services.  This unique procedure in involving them with hand-on learning activities through a video presentation is professed by students to greatly improve their performance in a sales management course.


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