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Evaluating the Impact of Your Social Media Outreach Efforts

Many business educators are using social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, in a professional capacity. For example, they are using course-specific hashtags, sharing online resources, participating in Twitter chats for teachers, posting materials for students and/or parents, and obtaining real-time professional development from the individuals and organizations that they like or follow. This …

From Founding a Chapter to 5th Place at Nationals: How FBLA increases opportunities and engagement with students

Are you looking for a new way to engage students in Business Education? Increase cross-collaboration between subjects? Provide students with opportunities to add skills and experiences to their resumes? Increase connections with the local community? FBLA can help! Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the premier student business organization, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education …

10 Smart and Simple Ways to Kick Off the School Year With GSuite for Education

Educators across the globe are inundated with tasks they hope to accomplish prior to the start of the upcoming school year. However, thanks to the G Suite for Education, there are many smart and simple ideas teachers can do right now to streamline their workflow, increase communication and share learning.  This blog will explore 10 …

My Parents, My Mentors

I am honored and proud to have an article published in the October 2018 edition of the National Business Education Association‘s Business Education Forum magazine. When asked to author an article about my mentors in the field of education, it was a no-brainer to select my parents! Both had long and successful careers as public …

Needs vs Wants

Identifying needs vs wants makes the budgeting process a whole lot easier. The sooner you realize what a need is versus what a want is, the quicker you will be able to reach your financial goals. Reducing your needs can open a whole new world of possibilities. First, let me clear something up. I don’t …

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