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Praxis Professional Business Education - Chapter Summary
Follow along with our professional instructors in this series of short, engaging lesson videos to review the significance of student and teacher organizations for business educators. These lessons have been assembled to help you prepare for exam questions about:
- The role of advisers in student organizations for business students
- Teacher organizations for business instructors
- Technical education legislation and the Carl Perkin's effect
- The importance of being involved in the business community and forming advisory committees
- Business education objectives
- Work-based learning in business education
Improve your retention of the material presented in these lessons by reading over the transcripts. Also, after watching the lessons, you can take the quizzes and print out the results in the form of worksheets. These can be studied offline in your spare time.
1. Student Organizations & Advisors in Business Education
Learn about student organizations for business students and their benefits for students. In this lesson, you'll also find out how student organizations often partner with community business leaders to enhance understanding of business concepts.
2. Staying Active in Teacher Organizations for Business Education
In this lesson, you will learn some of the advantages for being active in organizations for business instructors and be introduced to some of the most common national, state, and technology organizations.
3. Carl Perkins' Effect on Technical Education Legislation
In this lesson you will learn who Carl D. Perkins was, the legislation that he advocated to improve the quality of technical education in the United States, how that legislation has changed over time, and how that legislation has impacted career and technical education at the high school and post-secondary levels.
4. The Business Educator's Relationship with Schools & Communities
The Business Educator's role in maintaining relationships with business and industry and community involvement creates win-win opportunities. Discover strategies for working with business and industry, student recruitment and community involvement.
5. Objectives of Business Education Programs
Every day, each one of us interacts with the business world in some way. In this lesson, you will learn about the objectives of business education programs.
6. Work-Based Learning in Business Education
After completing this lesson, you should have an understanding of work-based learning and its impact on business education. More importantly, you should be able to better identify work-based learning opportunities.
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- Praxis Business: US Court System
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