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Workshops


Summer Learning for Wisconsin Teachers

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is pleased to offer learning opportunities for business and marketing teachers.

Project-Based Learning Experience for Beginners
August 11, 8am-12pm
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Get up close with PBL from both the student and teacher perspectives! First, take the student role as an experienced PBL facilitator demonstrates how to execute a project. Then, explore the same project from the teacher perspective, learning techniques for facilitating and preparing. Participants will receive the project resources for use with their students!


High School of Business™ Best Practices (for current HSB teachers only)
August 11, 1pm-5pm
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This session is all about helping you strengthen your HSB programs. An experienced HSB teacher will share techniques for successfully starting a project (Entry Event, Group Contract, Project Plan, Know/Need to Know); how to balance teamwork and individual assignments; and use of the MBA Learning Center. Time is also allocated to discuss college credit opportunities and other ways to benefit you and your students.


 Project Management Classroom Initiative
August 12, 8am-12pm
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Are you trying to bring projects into the classroom but struggle with a consistent structure to use while managing those projects? Project management tools, techniques, and templates can help bring structure to constructive chaos. Come for an overview in project management and leave with access to project management resources to take students to a higher level of learning.


Introduction to the Learning Center and State’s Connection
August 13, 10am-12pm
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Are you new to the MBA Learning Center? Come spend some time with us showing you how to access the Learning Center, create a course shell, and import curriculum material into your new course shell. We will also take a look at the numerous resources available at your fingertips that are located in State’s Connection - one of MBA Research’s best kept secrets.


Advanced Features in the MBA Learning Center
August 13, 1pm-3pm
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There are several benefits to developing your courses inside of the MBA Learning Center. Adding your students would be a plus! Come learn some of the tools, features, and benefits of the Learning Center to assist you with curriculum planning and increasing student interaction in both the in-person and remote learning environments.



Maryland Business Management & Finance (BMF) Summer Training

Discovering MBA Research’s Resources through State’s Connection
August 18, 9:00am-9:50am
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State’s Connection provides numerous resources at your fingertips to assist in lesson planning, developing classroom activities. and more. Come spend a few minutes learning about these resources and best practices on how to use them.


Understanding the Layout for Course Guides
August 18, 10:00am-10:50am
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Course guides provide you with curriculum content, instructional resources, and assessments to use in preparing and teaching students topic specific content. Understanding the product development process, acronyms, and the connection to the National Standards for Business Administration plays a vital role in successfully executing the lessons and being prepared to teach these courses. Join us as we walk through a course guide to better explain its layout.


Bringing Ethics into the Classroom
August 18, 11:00am-11:50am
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Ethical decision making is hard. Research shows that ethical decision-making can be taught. Come learn about the three stages of moral development and the free resources that are available from the Daniels Fund High School Ethics Initiative to bring ethics into the classroom or offer as a stand-alone course.


Bringing Project Management into the Classroom
August 19, 9:00am-9:50am
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Are you trying to bring projects into the classroom but struggle with a consistent structure to use while managing those projects? Project Management tools, techniques and templates can help bring structure to constructive chaos. Come for an overview in project management and leave with access to project management resources to take students to a higher level of learning.


Best Practices for using the Course Guides
August 19, 10:00am-12:00pm
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Covid-19 really caught us all by surprise and impacted the last nine weeks of school leaving some content material untouched. Come join us as we share tips on ways to bring your students up to speed for the second level Advanced Business Management course.


Accelerating Learning of Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship Course Content
August 20, 1:00pm-1:50pm
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Are you new to the MBA Learning Center? Come spend some time with us showing you how to access the Learning Center, create a course shell, and import curriculum material into your new course shell. We will also take a look at the numerous resources available at your fingertips that are located in State’s Connection - one of MBA Research’s best kept secrets.


Advanced Business Management Course Roll Out
August 20, 2:00pm-4:00pm
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Join us as we introduce you to the new Advanced Business Management Course and assist you in getting started with planning your lessons.

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