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ERIC Number: ED477251
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 96
Abstractor: N/A
Best Practices in Business Instruction.
Briggs, Dianna, Ed.
This document is intended to give business teachers a few best practice ideas. Section 1 presents an overview of best practice and a chart detailing the instructional levels, curricular areas, and main competencies addressed in the 26 papers in Section 2. The titles and authors of the papers included in Section 2 are as follows: "A Software Tool to Generate Realistic Business Data for Teaching" (Catherine S. Chen); "Alternatives to Traditional Assessment of Student Learning" (Nancy Csapo); "Applying the Principles of Developmental Learning to Accounting Instruction" (Burt Kaliski); "Collaborative Teamwork in the Classroom" (Shelia Tucker); "Communicating Statistics Measures of Central Tendency" (Carol Blaszczynski); "Creating a Global Business Plan for Exporting" (Les Dlabay);"Creating a Supportive Learning Environment" (Rose Chinn); "Developing Job Survival Skills" (R. Neil Dortch); "Engaging Students in Personal Finance and Career Awareness Instruction: 'Welcome to the Real World!'" (Thomas Haynes); "Enticing Students to Prepare for and to Stay 'Engaged' during Class Presentations/Discussions" (Zane K. Quible); "Group Project on Creating E-Commerce Site" (Diane C. Davis, Martin Hebel); "Identifying Global Business Opportunities" (Les Dlabay); "Looking beyond the First Job or Career" (Jean Mausehund); "Making a Group Work Project a Successful Experience" (Marilyn R. Chalupa); "Making Keyboarding Fun" (J. Rebecca Holcomb); "Making Students Responsible for Learning" (Dianna Briggs); "Multiple Intelligences: Classroom Strategies" (Thelma King); "Proactive Strategies for the 21st Century: Incorporating Technology in the Classroom" (Shelia Tucker); "Project Based Learning" (Johnny Sue Bauer); "Student Passages: Moving from Ineffective Groups to High Performance Teams" (Annette C. Easton, Marie E. Flatley); "Students Demonstrate English and Keyboarding Skills" (Gail Garton); "Students Demonstrate Computer Skills" (Heidi Perreault); "Teaching Problem Solving in Computer Applications Courses" (Charles M. Ray); "Teams: A Colorful Match" (Melinda McCannon, Tena B. Crews); "Using Assignment Sheets to Keep Students Busy" (Kathy Burchfield); and "Using Intranets for Teamwork" (Marie E. Flatley, Annette C. Easton). (MN)
Delta Pi Epsilon, P.O. Box 4340, Little Rock, AR 72214 ($15). Web site:
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Delta Pi Epsilon Society, Little Rock, AR.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A