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Using Lesson Modules With Special Populations

Because our lesson modules (LAPs) are composed of a variety of activities, assessments, and more, they can easily be used for differentiated instruction. This article on our website explains how to do so using the individual and group activities, the discussion guide, the core narrative, and even the glossary. In addition, teachers tell us LAPs support project-based learning and flipped instruction. Every LAP is available within the MBA Learning Center or can be purchased individually as a direct download.

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Formative and Summative Testing

To help you determine if your students have mastered learning standards, we have created a variety of types of assessments. You can test knowledge of a standard (instructional area), course, program, or earn an A*S*K Certificate.

Not sure which to select? Contact customer service at Service@MBAResearch.org or 614-486-6708 ext. 0.

#CTEMonth Idea: Recognize Your College Partners

Give a shout-out to the colleges and universities that are connected to your program. Perhaps your students have dual credit options. Maybe faculty speak in your classroom. Or, you've taken a field trip there. Be sure to thank them via social media, your school newsletter, and the local media. Doing so also emphasizes that your program is preparing students for college. 

We'd like to give a huge thank-you to our friends at Bowling Green State University for their support of our High School of Business™ program. Did you know BGSU's College of Business boasts a 100% employment rate within three months of graduation? Learn more about this nationally recognized school.

Look Inside a Learning Activity Package (LAP)
Just Updated! Follow-Up Strategies

Following up with customers is an important part of sales, and record keeping is crucial to successful follow-up. With advancements in technology, record-keeping tools have changed. Click here to get a snippet about our latest LAP Follow Up! (Follow-Up Strategies) and help your students learn why it’s important to follow up, suggested follow-up techniques, and strategies for determining which techniques to use.

This 2020 edition LAP (referenced as LAP-SE-057) is available in the Learning Center today.

Ready-To-Use Classroom Resource

Use The Gray Zone ethical dilemmas to introduce your students to problems and situations that don’t have one specific right or wrong answer. This week’s Gray Zone topic: Demonstrating Self-Control.

This Gray Zone comes from the Control Yourself! lesson module (LAP) and aligns to performance indicator EI:025 Demonstrate self-control.

Learning Center LMS

Did you know? You can grade and plan on the go with the Learning Center! Both teachers and students can use the Learning Center on mobile devices. While you can use a mobile web browser to access the Learning Center, Canvas recommends using its mobile apps (Canvas Student, Canvas Teacher, Canvas Parent, Polls for Canvas, and MagicMarker). Learn more about accessing the Learning Center on your mobile device here.

 

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