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Murray State University
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Bed 610 - Foundations of Business/Marketing Education
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COURSE SYLLABUS Adolescent Career and Special Education BED 610 Foundations of Business Marketing Education Credit Hours 3 Section 01 2213 Alexander Hall Summer 2004 Arranged tentative June 17 18 28 29 Dr Ginny Richerson ginny richerson coe murraystate edu Office 3211 Alexander Hall Office Hours 12 00 1 00 p m for above dates only Other times by appointment Phone 270 762 4257 I TITLE Foundations of Business Marketing Education II CATALOG DESCRIPTION This course is designed to present the history purposes principles practices problems and trends of business marketing education III PURPOSE The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a clear conceptual foundation of business marketing education understand the aims and trends of business marketing education at the secondary and post secondary levels in terms of vocational and general education needs of youth Students will study current philosophies which can be used to enhance the understanding of the learning and teaching processes and thereby improve student learning IV COURSE OBJECTIVES Class activities will be centered on the attainment of the course objectives listed below These objectives are understood to be reflective of but not limited to those behaviors advocated by the Kentucky Education Reform Act KERA Following each objective enclosed in brackets are numbers that refer to Kentucky s Experienced Teacher Standards for Preparation and Certification ETS addressed by that objective Upon successful completion of this class students will be able to A Describe the role of business marketing education as it exists in our middle schools high schools and post secondary schools today with major emphasis placed on high school programs ETS IX B Develop an understanding of the objectives content approaches to teaching and current issues of specific business marketing education courses ETS II III C Describe the historical development of business marketing education ETS I II D Read and present information concerning business marketing education professional literature and resources available to business marketing education teachers ETS IX E Identify curriculum structures common in business marketing education today ETS II IX F Demonstrate a basic understanding of the issues trends and problems in contemporary business marketing education program ETS IX G Demonstrate the utilization of technology as a teaching tool within the business marketing curriculums ETS XI V COURSE CONTENT A Historical development of business marketing education and its present stature B History of the National Business Education Association C Student organizations and how they relate to business marketing education D Professionalism as it relates to business marketing education E Examination of business and education environmental relationships in today s business marketing classroom F Principles of learning diversity assessment and integration of academics in today s business marketing classrooms G Innovative teaching strategies in today s business marketing education classrooms H Development of workplace readiness skills team building skills and problem solving skills in today s business marketing education curriculum I Utilization of technology as a teaching tool its impact on the business marketing curricula and implications of emerging technologies in business marketing and computer instruction VI INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES Class discussion class presentations on course content library research review of journal articles internet references and handouts VII FIELD CLINICAL AND OR LABORATORY EXPERIENCES None VIII RESOURCES Resources available from libraries National Business Education sources and the Internet IX GRADING PROCEDURES Student Presentations topics chosen from the course content list 300 points Journal Articles to correspond with student presentations 6 150 points articles must be current 2002 2004 450 points Grading Scale A 93 100 450 419 B 86 92 418 387 C 80 85 386 360 D 75 79 359 338 Student Presentations You will be assigned two topics from the course content list You are to present the topics in their entirety to the class as assigned by the instructor This presentation must last at least one hour Included in the presentation will be the usage of PowerPoint handouts and any other multi media you feel necessary You must also address how you would utilize this content at the Middle Secondary and Post Secondary levels Make sure your presentations incorporate class participation in the form of class discussion case problems class exercises etc Journal Articles Select six 6 articles 2002 2004 that relate to your oral presentations three per presentation You will provide each member of the class with a copy of the article Depending on number of students enrolled this may change Prepare a written one page review of each article that includes the following Complete bibliographic listing APA style only Brief summary of the article Your opinion or reaction to the article X ATTENDANCE POLICY This course adheres to the policy published in the MSU Graduate Bulletin Students are expected to attend all class meetings Students missing class for any reason should notify the professor in advance Participants are expected to attend all scheduled class meetings be prepared for class discussions by reading all assigned material and participate actively in class activities XI ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY This course adheres to the policy published in the current MSU Graduate Bulletin Note Faculty reserve the right to invalidate any examination or other evaluative measures if substantial evidence exists that the integrity of the examination has been compromised XII TEXT AND REFERENCES A A Chronology of Business Education in the United States 1635 2000 National Business Education Association B The History of the National Business Education Association NBEA C The Changing Dimensions of Business Education 1997 NBEA Yearbook No 35 1997 National Business Education Association D The 21st Century Meeting the Challenges to Business Education NBEA Yearbook No 37 1999 National Business Education Association E Management of the Business Classroom NBEA Yearbook No 39 2001 National Business Education Association F Technology Methodology and Business Education NBEA Yearbook No 40 2002 National Business Education Association G Effective Methods of Teaching Business Education in the 21st Century NBEA Yearbook No 41 2003 National Business Education Association H E World


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