As a High School of Business™ (HSB) Teacher, you will use two primary accounts to access curriculum and classroom resources: the Learning Center and the HSB Wiki.Access the HSB Handbook
The Learning Center (LC) is MBA Research’s curriculum management system where you will create your online courses and invite students to participate. To get started, follow the step-by-step instructions in this LC Instructions for HSB Teachers. Email questions to HelpMe@MBAResearch.org.Log In to the Learning Center
The HSB Wiki is the place to share and grab ideas from fellow teachers in the program. You will also use it to submit your teaching schedule each year, and request credits for final exams. Instructions for wiki use is on the home page of the wiki. Email questions to HelpMe@MBAResearch.org.Log In to the HSB Wiki
Because High School of Business is a national program with benefits such as college credit agreements and national recognition for students, there are program requirements with which HSB Schools must comply.
These compliance items are important tools to maintain the high standards and integrity of the program locally at your school, as well as at the national level. They allow us to provide your students with valuable program benefits, such as our national college credit agreements, and to give your students the national recognition that they’ve earned.
They further help us to work on your behalf to attract new national agreements and partnerships that benefit all HSB students. These compliance items also support our continuous improvement model and align with Perkins funding guidelines for states and local districts.
To manage and improve your local program, as well as meet the national program requirements, use this Program Administration and Planning document to view an annual checklist and program reminders by month.
Create your PD plan to attend all of the trainings for the courses you will teach.
Summer Training Institute:
Fall Training Institute:
Along with being a program requirement, your HSB Steering Team can assist with three other program requirements. Additionally, each course guide has a list of needs for the course. Use those course resource lists to encourage your steering team members to get involved in bringing business into the classroom.
Administer the proctored, final exam to your students for each course.