ERIC Number: ED383882
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Feb
Reference Count: N/A
Back to the Future with Business and Marketing Education. Annual Atlantic Coast Business and Marketing Education Conference Proceedings (12th, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 17-18, 1995).
Joyner, Randy L., Ed.
This proceedings includes: "Bridging the International Learning Gap" (Arnold); "Back to the Future" (Baker); "Conducting Successful Class Projects over the Internet" (Beasley); "The Need for Ethics Instruction at the High School Level" (Brown); "Incorporating Industry-Based Skills Standards into High School Secretarial Programs" (Bunn); "School-to-Work Integration" (Cauley); "Preparing a Business Plan" (Clodfelter); "DECA [Distributive Education Clubs of America]" (Collins); "International Telecommunication" (Cotten); "If You Could See What I See" (Fournier, Brown, III); "How Non-School Experiences Prepare Students for High Performance Education and Work Tasks" (Fritz); "TQM [Total Quality Management] and TQE [Total Quality Education]" (Gerken, Hildebrandt); "Work-Based Curriculum" (Giovannini); "How Do We Keep Counselors Informed about Marketing Education (ME)?" (Goins); "Communicating with More than Words" (Gordon); "Is Business and ME's Curriculum Ready for Life-Coping Skills?" (Greathouse); "Back to the Future in Workforce Education" (Hall, Hicks); "Ice Breakers for Your Interactive Business Classes" (Henson); "Back to the One-Room School" (Holsey); "Teaching beyond the Software" (Jackson); "'Toto, I Don't Think We're in Kansas Anymore'" (Jackson); "Incorporating Cooperative Learning into Word/Information Processing Classes" (Jones); "Faculty Attitudes towards E-Mail" (Kandies); "Can Multimedia REALLY Enhance Instruction?" (McAlister-Kizzer); "Active Learning Instructional Strategies for Business Courses" (Luckey); "The Future Is Now through Distance Learning" (Lush, Jenkins); "Incorporating Higher-Order Thinking Skills into the Business Classroom" (Magee); "The Information Superhighway" (McCannon); "Weathering Change in the North Carolina Community College System" (Morrissey); "Implications of SBM [Site-based Management] for the Preparation of Public School Teachers and Administrators in North Carolina" (O'Brien, Reed); "SaintSERVE" (Ostheim); "Desktop Publishing Using WordPerfect" (Quesenberry Skelton); "The Future Is Now with Interactive Television" (Richerson); "Business Ethics Using a Teaching Model" (Roach); "Experiencing Business and Academic Integration through a Case Study Approach" (Schmidt et al.); "Does Color Really Work in Increasing Interest in Business and Marketing?" (Scriven et al.); "An Outsider on the Inside" (Seibel); "Does the Business Education (BE) Curriculum Need Disinfecting?" (Sox); "Marketing Management" (Truell, Price); "Virtual Curriculum" (Vogler, Leitzel); "TAP into Your Future" (Volk, Holsey); "Virtual Reality for Business and ME" (Wallace); "Portfolios in Teacher Education" (Wells); "Opening Windows to the Future of BE" (Wilson); and "Innovation through Office Technology" (Anderson-Yates). (YLB)
Descriptors: Business Education, Classroom Techniques, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Oriented Programs, Cooperative Learning, Distance Education, Distributive Education, Education Work Relationship, Entrepreneurship, Ethics, Futures (of Society), Information Processing, Job Skills, Labor Force Development, Marketing, Multimedia Instruction, Secondary Education, Secretaries, Special Needs Students, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Methods, Telecommunications, Word Processing
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC.