Welcome to the Lobby of MBA Conclave 2020 Virtual Experience!

This interactive platform will make it feel almost like you are at the conference in person. The Opening Session will be in the Auditorium, located just to the left of the information desk. Breakout sessions are upstairs in the Ashmore, Crawford, Daniels, and Harrison Rooms. Just click on the doors to enter. DECA AMPED sessions will be in the Harrison Room. The Expo Hall is on the Mezzanine Level. There, you can visit booths and chat live with vendors. Throughout the conference, you can earn points for attending sessions, visiting exhibits, finding icons, and more. This is gamification at its best, with great prizes and a leader board to make it even more fun. This sneak peek is just the beginning. Register today for the full MBA Conclave 2020 Virtual Experience. 

More about MBA Conclave 2020:

  • DECA AMPED will be held as a parallel track! DECA Advisers, you get two conferences for the price of one!
  • Business speakers from Abercrombie & Fitch Co., U.S. Bank, Mutual of Omaha, and many more.
  • Exemplary educators sharing ready-to-use classroom strategies.
  • Paid registrants will have access to session recordings within the virtual environment through November 30, 2020.
  • CEU documentation available for sessions attended. Transcribed, university academic credits will also be available for an additional fee. 
  • Preview the conference agenda as it stands so far. (Registrants will receive a live link prior to the conference so they can begin building their own schedules.)

Engage Learning With Badges

Digital badges (micro-credentials) are a great way to engage students during remote learning and provide proof of their learning. Students will enjoy mastering a skill or achieving a goal to earn a digital badge. Use this strategy to "breadcrumb" learning in your classroom. Students earn badges in business, marketing, employability, and 21st Century Skills. Tied to standards, badges provide students with proof of their learning to post on digital portfolios and resumes, LinkedIn, even on social media.

ExecNet: Ask Your Business Partners To Join

MBA Research uses a multi-pronged research strategy to ensure standards and the resources developed to support them are always forward-thinking. The Executive Advisory Network (ExecNet) is one piece of that. Each month, business professionals from across the U.S. complete an online survey about skills in their workplace. Learn more or invite business professionals in your area to join at

Introducing the 20/21 High School of Business™ Teacher Advisory Committee

This group of exemplary classroom educators meets quarterly to help staff continually improve the High School of Business™ program for the benefit of students. Thank you to the teachers serving on this committee. They are, clockwise from top left: Nancy Becker, Camdenton High (MO); Janet Brophy, Haxtun High (CO); Ken Burrow, Waverly-Shell Rock High (IA); Hilary Wimmer, Mountain Range High (CO); Sandra Wheeler, Kuna High (ID); and Maria Machin, Eastern High (KY). And special thanks to Yvette Schroeder and Allie Holtzer whose terms expired this year.

Learning Center LMS

Did you know? The “Discussions” feature in the Canvas Learning Center LMS can be used for student blogging. Discussions posts can serve as students’ individual blog posts and allow threaded replies from classmates. Instructions can be found here.

Ethics Resource
Ethics LAPs

Our ethics LAPs (lesson modules) align with the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles. Use our LAP “Rules To Live By (Nature of Ethics)” to introduce all of these ethics principles into the classroom. Ethics icons in our LAPs make identifying these ethics principles easy. 72 ethics lesson modules are available free of charge thanks to the generous support of the Daniels Fund. Download your ethics LAPs now!

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