Wow! What a great day of learning, sharing, and networking we had on Friday at the annual MBEA conference. Thank you to all who attended. We especially want to extend our sincere gratitude to our keynote speaker David Hensley, our wonderful presenters for sharing their knowledge, our fabulous vendors for their support, and YOU our members!
- Knowledge Matters
- Goodheart-Wilcox Publisher
- Next Gen Personal Finance
- EMC Publishing, LLC
- McGraw-Hill Education
- Massachusetts DECA
- MA Society of CPAs
- Cengage Learning & National Geographic Learning
- MA Council on Economic Education
- MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
- Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Presenters: (session title links go out to presentation slides)
- Beyond Google Search: Finding Current and “Real World” Resources to Engage Your Students, Jessica Endlich Winkler
- Breaking the Fourth Wall with Social Media, Alex Lamon, Livingston High School
- Disruptive Tech: Got Talent?, David Hensley, Cincinnati Technical and Community College
- Ethical Decision-Making in Accounting and Business (article), Donna Abelli, Mount Ida College
- High School Teacher Preparation for Student College and Career Readiness Using Virtual Economics 4.5, George “Scott” Guild
- Let Your Inner Child Out in the STEM Playground, Jacqueline Prester, Mansfield High School
- Obergefell v. Hodges and the Hobby Lobby Case: Teaching Business Law and the First Amendment in Today’s Environment, Paul Sukys, North Central State College
- The Intersection of Business Education and Computer Science, Alfred Thompson, Bishop Guertin High School
- Why InVEST?, Heather Kramer, MA Association of Insurance Agents
If you weren’t able to make it, you can re-live the day’s activities through our Twitter hashtag #MBEA2017!
We look forward to seeing you next year. Save the date – April 6, 2018!