ERIC Number: ED334448
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
MBEA Today. Volume LV. Issues 1-5.
MBEA Today, v55 n1-5 Sep 1989-May 1990
This document contains five issues of the Michigan Business Education Association (MBEA) Today newsletter. In addition to news items and conference announcements, each issue contains several articles that cover concerns in business education. Issue 1 includes "A Program for Changing Times" (Hunter, Sullivan); "State Update" (Berry); and "A Primer on State Funding" (Berry, Remp). In issue 2 are "Total Quality Management (TQM): Part I. Attitudes and Quality of Work" (Slywka); "Issues in Elementary Keyboarding" (Withee); and "Michigan's Directions in Employment Development: Creating a Human Investment System." The third issue includes "The Advent of the Executive Workstation" (Allaire, Cimo); "Moving toward Technology Education and the Business Education Cluster" (Pettaway, LaCross); and "Elementary Keyboarding" (Remp). Articles in issue 4 are "Shorthand--Has Its Death Been Exaggerated?" (Kocar, Hoffman); "KICK (Keyboarding Instruction on Computers for Kids) Leads to Good Keyboarding Skills for Kids" (Turner); "Herzog System of Keyboarding" (Lewis); and "Philosophy and Program Goal of Business Services and Technology." The fifth issue includes "Motivation and the Adult Learner--Together They Equal Success" (Allred); "Cooperative Learning Groups: Realistic Teaching Strategy" (Swartz); "The Herzog System of Keyboarding: Part II" (Lewis); and "TQM: Part II. A Challenge for Today's Educators" (Slywaka). (NLA)
Descriptors: Adult Students, Articulation (Education), Business Education, Change Strategies, Cooperation, Cooperative Learning, Elementary School Curriculum, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Job Performance, Keyboarding (Data Entry), Microcomputers, Motivation Techniques, Quality of Working Life, Shorthand, State Aid, Total Quality Management, Work Attitudes
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Michigan Business Education Association.
Identifiers: Michigan; Workstations
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