Business Technology Education Advisory Council University of Memphis
Business Technology Education Advisory Council University of Memphis University Center Iris Room 338 November 13, 2012 Tanika S. Lester, Instructional
Supervisor Susan C. Brooks, Teacher on Assignment Department of Careers, Technology & Adult Education Mrs. Willie E. Slate, Executive Director Our Mission The Business Technology Education program is dedicated to the
task of providing all students with information for business and about business. Students train in business and office occupations through the various business courses offered. State-of-the-art computer hardware and software provide hands-on learning experiences for students. Participation in Career and Technology Student Organizations (CTSOs) exposes students to professional experiences to prepare them for entry into the workforce as well as post secondary institutions.
Future Business Leaders of America Career and Technical Student National Theme: Igniting Innovation Organization (CTSO) Tennessee Theme: TN The Spark that Started it All!
Competitions For the competitive spirit, FBLA gathers students from across the nation to compete in business-related competitions. Those who qualify at the state level will advance to the national level.
FBLA National Winners 2012 Hamilton High School Atitia Carter and Jackie White, Hamilton High School Advisers Benjamin Hall, Antonio Sloan and Elijah Jones 1st Place Business Presentation
FBLA National Winners 2012 Craigmont High School Jason Kelly and Janice Woods, Craigmont High School Advisers Whitney Cole - 2nd Place - Database Applications Alex Ambrose - 5th Place - Word Processing I Mercedes Jones - 7th Place and Patrice Fox - 10th Place - Spreadsheet Applications
Fall Staff Development Meeting Ground Rules for the Workplace Government in the Economy Annual Educators Conference Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Memphis Branch
Tennessee Business Education Association Annual Conference 10 Quality Program Indicators Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act 1. Programs of such size that offer a sequence of three or more earned credits.
2. Programs of such scope that are aligned with state approved program of study within career clusters. 3. Programs having a certified and appropriately endorsed teacher. 4. Programs teaching the state approved curriculum standards. 5. Programs having a state approved articulation agreement for a program of study or an approved articulation agreement approved by the lead
administrators of secondary and post-secondary 10 Quality Program Indicators Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act 6. Programs being supported by current labor market data to support high skill, high wage, or high demand jobs. 7. Programs that teach all aspects of an industry. Note: All Aspects of Industry include 1) Business Planning, 2)
Management, 3) Health, Safety and Environment, 4) Finance, 5) Community Issues, 6) Principles of Technology, 7) Personal Work Habits, 8) Labor, and 9) Technical and Production Skills. 8. Programs having an active advisory panel. 9. Programs having a career and technical student organization as an integral part of the instructional program. 10.Programs promoting CTE and academic curriculum
integration with academic teachers. Industry Certification Programs Internet and Computing Core Certification - IC3 Microsoft Office Specialist 2003/2007/2010 MOS Adobe Certified Associate ACA Certified Internet Web Professional CIW
Cisco Certified Networking Associate CCNA W!se Financial Literacy Certification Program FLCP National Computer Science Academy - NCSA Professional Organizations ACTE Association for Career & Technical Education TACTE Tennessee Association for Career & Technical Education
NBEA National Business Education Association SBEA Southern Business Education Association TBEA Tennessee Business Education Association NASBE National Association for Supervisors of Business Education Style n Go Hair Salon
Tier I Annual Update. 2012-2013. CASBO Class SM401A. Act 61 of the 2nd Extraordinary session of 2003 and Act 730 of 2005 established 2 Tiers of required training for public school districts, open-enrollment charter schools, and education service cooperatives.
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