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ERIC Number: ED230674
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983-Apr
Pages: 91
Abstractor: N/A
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The Ohio Business Teacher. Volume XLIII.
Porreca, Anthony G., Ed.; Cross, Beverly E., Ed.
The Ohio Business Teacher, v43 Apr 1983
This journal contains a series of articles dealing with business education generally, and courses in Ohio particularly. Included in the volume are the following articles: "Ohio Business and Office Education: FY 82," by Daniel J. Vicarel; "Making a Guest Speaker an Effective Experience," by Wilma Swearingen; "The Impact of Today's Technology," by Anna Laura Bennington and Stanley Pogrow; "Competition in the Typewriting Classroom," by Larry G. Siferd; "Your Resource Files: System or Chaos?" by Ernestine A. Kyle; "The Older Worker and Vocational Education," by Michael W. Galbraith and Jerry G. Davis; "'You Viewpoint' Means You, Too, Business Teacher," by Barbara Humphrys; "So You Think Shorthand is Not in Demand," by Margaret A. Fulwiler; "Teaching the Art of Listening," by Betty H. Hartley; "Meeting the Challenge of New Office Technologies," by M. Lee Goodard; "Does the Office Copier Have a Place in Your Curriculum?" by Dennis E. Bauer; "The Disabled Can Do the Job . . . and Do it Excellently," by Frances Mostel Poggioli; "Simulation Exercises: A Key to Approaching Reality in the Classroom," by Louis Olivas and Barry L. Van Hook; "Try the Mirror Approach in Accounting," by Charles Hamed; and "How to Get a Microcomputer in Business Education," by Robert K. Eley. (MN)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Ohio