mte580 | Graduate
Curriculum Constructs & Assessment: Secondary Bus & Mktng
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Review of Business and Marketing Education Content Knowledge
- Examine your state’s teacher licensure examinations for business and marketing education.
- Analyze current business ethical standards and practices.
- Examine main content areas within your state's licensure exams that transcend into the National Business Education Association standards.
History and Trends in Business and Marketing Education
- Explain historical perspectives and trends in the study of business and marketing.
- Examine current themes and trends in teaching business and marketing.
- Describe today’s Career and Technical Teacher Education curriculum.
Standards and Curricula
- Examine local, state, national, and or respected professional organization business and marketing standards.
- Describe the importance of curriculum mapping in planning and preparation.
- Describe the roles of the Association for Career and Technical Education, DECA, and the Future Business Leaders of America.
- Describe strategies to support other content areas by incorporating core standards into Career and Technical Teacher Education classes.
Classroom Assessments and Rubrics
- Analyze formative and summative business and marketing assessments and rubrics.
- Construct an open-ended assessment.
- Evaluate the characteristics of effective business and marketing assessments.
Instructional Approaches and Strategies
- Propose innovative instructional strategies and materials used to teach business and marketing to adolescents.
- Analyze ways in which differentiating instruction occurs in the business and marketing classroom.
- Identify ways in which classroom management techniques can enhance the business and marketing classroom.
- Analyze effective motivational techniques for business and marketing students.
- Develop an instructional unit for business and marketing.
- Review approaches to unit and lesson planning in teaching business and marketing.
Integrating Literature, Technology, and Media
- Integrate other core content areas into a business and marketing lesson.
- Compile a list of fiction and nonfiction literature to enhance teaching business and marketing.
- Analyze the legal and ethical issues regarding technology in the classroom.
- Explore various technologies and media that can be used to support business and marketing instruction.
Reading and Writing Strategies
- Evaluate current business and marketing texts.
- Describe methods to incorporate reading and writing strategies into business and marketing lessons.
- Examine strategies for building students’ comprehension and vocabulary skills in business and marketing.
- Implement reading and writing strategies in a business and marketing lesson.
Parent, Teacher, and Community Collaboration
- Explore strategies to utilize community resources in the business and marketing classroom.
- Explore the range of social, health, educational, and language-related service agencies, and other resources that are available at school and off-campus.
- Examine how family and personal experiences shape teaching and learning perceptions in the business and marketing classroom.
- Explain the importance of parent/teacher communication and collaboration.
- Determine strategies for increasing the level of parental involvement
- Analyze professional resources available to business and marketing teachers.
- Review the roles of business and marketing professional organizations.
- Identify professional development opportunities in business and marketing available in your state.
- Analyze the importance of staying current in business and marketing education.
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