ERIC Number: ED477247
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Reference Count: N/A
NABTE Review: A Journal of the National Association for Business Teacher Education, 2002.
Moore, Wayne, Ed.
NABTE Review, n29 2002
This issue reports research that addresses the needs and future of business education, work-based initiatives, business educators' use of the Web, and technology skills for entry-level workers. "Editorial Comment: Scholarship of the 21st Century" (Moore) provides an overview of the issue. "Quality Business Teacher Education: Perceptions of Graduates Employers" (McEwen) uses study results to describe a quality teacher preparatory education program. "Educator Externships: View from the Trenches" (McPherson et al.) reports perceptions and attitudes of educators involved the work-based experience. "Analysis of Factors Associated with Research Productivity of Business Education Faculty" (Bartlett et al.) describes an organizational culture and support for research in the institutions where the business educators work. "Business Educators' Knowledge of Web Pages: Investigation of Professional and Classroom Use" (Alexander) reveals that less than half of the respondents had training to design Web pages and had a course or professional Web page. "Business Education in South Carolina: Implications for All Business Education Programs" (Brown, Swafford) discusses the business education teacher shortage and implications for employing teachers not graduating from "quality" teacher education programs. "Work-Based Learning Initiatives, Anticipated Benefits, and Stakeholder Involvement: Survey of State School Administrators" (O'Connor) identifies what involvement and benefit there is to administrators, teachers, students, and parents. "Assessment of Six Career Development Factors from a Social Cognitive Theoretical Perspective" (Smith) reports on the validation of the Career Development Self-Efficacy Scale. "Needed Workplace and Computer Skills: Regional Study" (Henderson, Bartholome) determines workplace and computer literacy skills for entry-level, non-baccalaureate employees. "Spreadsheet Competencies Needed for Entry-Level Managerial Positions in Accounting and Business Information Systems" (Bush, LaBonty) provides a clear set of spreadsheet competencies that should be addressed in curriculum development. (YLB)
Descriptors: Business Education, Business Education Teachers, Career Development, Career Education, Computer Literacy, Curriculum Development, Educational Trends, Entry Workers, Job Skills, Postsecondary Education, Secondary Education, Spreadsheets, Teacher Education, Teacher Researchers, Teacher Supply and Demand, Web Based Instruction, Work Experience Programs
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers; Teachers
Authoring Institution: National Business Education Association, Reston, VA.
Identifiers - Location: South Carolina