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This document, which is intended for teachers of high school-level business education courses, contains both the academic standards for business education in Wisconsin secondary schools that were disseminated in 1998 and learning activities to enable students to meet the standards. The activities were developed for students completing grade 12 and were designed in the Wisconsin Instructional Design System format. All activities reflect state-of-the-art technology and concepts and are intended to serve as examples and a catalyst for instruction. Although some activities are specific for courses, others may be integrated into a variety of courses. All standards are cross-referenced to Wisconsin's standards for English language arts, mathematics, and social studies. The document is divided into 11 sections that include the following components: content standards; performance standards; and learning activities. The learning activities include some or all of the following elements: standard addressed; directions for completing the activity; scenarios; scoring standard; rating scale; scoring guide; and directions to the teacher. The section topics are as follows: communications; information systems/technology; financial procedures; economics; entrepreneurship; marketing; international business; principles of management; principles of law; interpersonal and leadership skills; and career development. (MN)

Descriptors: Academic Standards, Adult Education, Behavioral Objectives, Business Administration, Business Communication, Business Education, Career Development, Career Education, Career Planning, Communication Skills, Competence, Competency Based Education, Computer Literacy, Computer Science, Consumer Education, Economics, Economics Education, Entrepreneurship, Ethics, High Schools, Information Systems, Information Technology, Integrated Curriculum, International Trade, Interpersonal Competence, Job Search Methods, Law Related Education, Leadership, Leadership Qualities, Learning Activities, Lesson Plans, Marketing, Models, Money Management, Nontraditional Students, Performance Factors, Portfolios (Background Materials), Programming, State Standards, Statewide Planning, Teamwork, Technical Writing

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Author: Loock, Joan W.; Schmitt, Bette

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9810&id=ED441965

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