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Portable and Pandemic-Proof

Because business knowledge and skills are needed in every industry, every corporation, every nonprofit, and every school, they are extremely portable. Perhaps even pandemic-proof? Definitely so when paired with 21st century skills. Since March, we have all read story after story about businesses resiliently changing direction to meet consumers' needs. Educators, you are right on track with preparing students for an ever-changing future. We exist to help you do just that. Here are a few resources to consider to keep your students learning now and always.

  • A*S*K Certification Exams. Students earn A*S*K digital badge certificates to provide proof of skills and knowledge. These are perfect for digital résumés, applications, portfolios, and LinkedIn profiles. Pretests and practice tests are available for prep. A friendly reminder that November 30 is the last day to give the pretest.
  • 21st-century-skills lesson modules. Packed with activities, discussions, narrative, PowerPoints, and much more. These 72 free modules are available to download right now.
  • Bookmarks save you time. Don't go down the Google search rabbit hole! When searching for information, use the same sites our curriculum writers use. We have saved the websites they keep bookmarked as they write materials, and you have access through the State's Connection portal. (Available to teachers in states that are members of the MBA Research consortium.)
  • High School of Business. This program is the gold standard in business and marketing education. Alumni are sought after by colleges. Participating schools receive everything they need to implement a project-based program with resources that are updated annually and support that is always available.

Look Inside a Learning Activity Package (LAP)
Just Updated! Using Feedback for Personal Growth

Feedback comes in the form of report cards, performance reviews, customer satisfaction surveys, and daily conversations. To be successful in the professional and personal fields, students need to understand how to respond to both positive and negative feedback. Get a snippet about our newly revised LAP Grin and Bear It (Using Feedback for Personal Growth) and teach your students ways in which they can take full advantage of receiving constructive criticism. This 2021 edition is available to all MBA Learning Center subscribers or for purchase as a direct download in the online store.

Prime a New Convergence
Advance CTE, Others Invite States To Join New Initiative

In order to "Prime a New Convergence," the State Leaders of Career Development Network are inviting leaders from all 50 states to attend a 3-day virtual conference to network, discuss, and share current status, promising practices, and innovative ideas needed to move from a call to action to policy, practice, and quality implementation in each state. Learn more.

Just Announced! MBA Conclave 2021

Join us in Columbus, OH on October 8–11 for MBA Conclave 2021! We are pleased to host MBA Conclave in our own city in celebration of MBA Research’s 50th anniversary.

Did you miss MBA Conclave 2020 Virtual Experience featuring DECA AMPED? You can still access a video recording of every session as well as handouts and PowerPoints used by speakers and vendors. Register for full access to the conference platform while it is open through November 30, 2020.

Learning Center LMS
Translate Into Other Languages

Good news! It is possible to view the Canvas MBA Learning Center interface in another language. Be sure to do both processes linked below to first change the language preference in your Learning Center account, and to then translate the LAP module content using your web browser’s translation tool.

Ethics Resource
Mini-Cases

The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Case Bank Mini-Cases are short, straightforward ethics cases based on current events and designed for use in educational and business settings. Each of the cases are tied to the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles of Integrity, Trust, Accountability, Transparency, Fairness, Respect, Rule of Law, and Viability. Sign up now for this free resource. By signing up, two new Mini-Cases will be sent to you twice a month.

More resources for teaching ethics are available through the generous support of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative High School Program.

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