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ERIC Number: ED477246
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 72
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
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NABTE Review: A Journal of the National Association for Business Teacher Education, 2001.
Chalupa, Marilyn R., Ed.
NABTE Review, n28 2001
This issue includes research that addresses the needs and the future of business education, its competencies, curriculum, technology, and ethics. "Editorial Comment: Calling All Business Educators What Can We Do?" (Chalupa) provides an overview of the issue. "Business Education in the United States: 1991-2000 National Association for Business Teacher Education Survey Results" (Perreault) identifies two areas of major change increase in technology courses and addition of online courses or programs. "Alternative Teacher Education Licensure/Certification for Business Educators" (Perreault et al.) examines the need for a model. "Competencies Required in the 21st Century of Entry-Level Fortune 500 Employees with Four-Year Business Degrees" (Porterfield, Forde) identifies important skills. "Curriculum Revision and Implementation: Implications for Business Teacher Education" (Williams) researches curriculum revision and standards implementation. "The Demand for Business Education Teachers in California as Perceived by Middle School and High School Principals" (Wilson, Plutsky) concludes teachers are and will be in demand. "21st Century Entry-Level Computer Skills Needed by Fortune 500 and Small Business Employees in Central Ohio" (Olinzock, Lazarony) finds neither size of business felt authoring an Internet Web page using HTML and integrating multimedia sound or video files were necessary skills. "An Analysis of the Status of Internet Usage Policy Among AACSB (International Association for Management Education) Schools" (Szul, McPherson) indicated a majority had an established policy. "Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Web-Based Courses" (Schramm et al.) reports student evaluations are generally positive. "Academic Dishonesty of Business Students in Selected Central Europe and United States Universities" (Lupton, Klemin) suggests Central European students engaged in more examination cheating. (YLB)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Business Education Association, Reston, VA.
Identifiers - Location: California; Europe; Ohio; United States