ERIC Number: ED406524
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Feb
Reference Count: N/A
Makin' It Happen with Business & Marketing Education. Annual Atlantic Coast Business & Marketing Education Conference Proceedings (13th, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 16-17, 1996). Volume 7.
Goins, L. Keith, Ed.
This proceedings includes the following papers: "Dealing with Discipline Problems in Schools" (Allen); "Developing Global Awareness" (Arnold); "Desktop Publishing Using WordPerfect 6.0 for Windows" (Broughton); "Learn and Earn" (Cauley); "Using the Computer to Teach Merchandising Math" (Clodfelter); "Schoolwide Network Makin' It Happen" (Crews); "Continuous Improvement Instruction for Business and Marketing Education" (Gaither); "Two Year Colleges" (Giovannini); "Alternative Scheduling in Marketing Education" (Greaven); "Makin' It Happen Using Portfolios as a Teaching Strategy" (Hall); "Tech-Prep Evaluation Helps Make It Happen for Us in Florida" (Hammons); "Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich" (Henson); "Diversity of Cultures in the Classroom" (Holsey, Asselin); "Perceptions by Secondary Lead Business and Office Education Instructors of the North Carolina Vocational Competency Achievement Tracking Systems (VoCATS)" (Jewell); "Managing Your Achilles' Heel" (Jones); "Real-World Telecommunications for Business and Marketing Education" (Joyner et al.); "Business Education Classroom Demographics and Segmentation" (Klayton); "Improving Interpersonal Skills through Cooperative Learning" (Anderton-Lewis, King); "Making Marketing Happen in the Middle Schools" (Love-Wilkes); "Creative and Critical Thinking Strategies for Participating in a Global Economy" (Luckey); "Enhancing the Entrepreneurial Skills of Business Education Students" (Luft); "Jazzy Presentations" (Lush, Alexander); "Successfully Navigating Communication Channels" (Lush, Thompson); "North Carolina JobReady System" (Martin); "Makin' Your Marketing Personality Work for You" (McPherson); "Project AIME: Academies of International Marketing Education" (O'Brien); "Information Overload or Information Literacy?" (Reaves); "Increase Revenue and Reduce Expenses Using Cross Marketing" (Ricci, Coe); "Trends for Business Education" (Robertson); "EMC Middle School Keyboarding" (Sherron); "Tricks of the Trade" (Skelton, Quesenberry); "Local Area Networks" (Stephens); "How to Do Business in Southeast Asia" (Swisher); "Making Quality Happen in Business and Marketing Education" (Swope, Wrisley); "Training and Development" (Truell); "Stress Management" (Truell); "You Can Make It Happen with Voice Recognition Technologies" (Wallace); "Makin' It Happen through Service Learning in Teacher Education" (Wells, Fischetti, Dittmer); "Developing and Projecting a Professional Business Image" (Wheatley); and "Connected in Business Education (Wilson). (MN)
Descriptors: Business Education, Classroom Techniques, Competency Based Education, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Cooperative Education, Critical Thinking, Cultural Pluralism, Demography, Desktop Publishing, Discipline Problems, Distributive Education, Education Work Relationship, Educational Change, Educational Practices, Educational Quality, Educational Technology, Educational Trends, Flexible Scheduling, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Higher Education, Information Literacy, Information Networks, Intermediate Grades, Interpersonal Competence, Keyboarding (Data Entry), Marketing, Merchandising, Middle Schools, Multimedia Instruction, Office Occupations Education, Problem Solving, Professional Development, Secondary Education, Service Learning, Skill Development, Statewide Planning, Stress Management, Student Evaluation, Systems Approach, Teacher Education, Tech Prep, Telecommunications, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC. School of Education.
Identifiers - Location: Florida; North Carolina