Applications open for NCWIT Aspirations in Computing!

From our friends at the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT): Encourage all high school women in 9th -12th grade who have aspirations in computing and technology to apply for NCWIT’s Aspirations in Computing Award. Award recipients of the AiC Award receive exclusive access to scholarships, internships, and job opportunities all across the nation as …

2018 Massachusetts STEM Summit

Save the date for the 2018 Massachusetts STEM Summit: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2018 8:00AM – 4:00PM DCU CENTER, WORCESTER, MA For more information: mass-stem-summit.org

Council for Economic Education Fall Webinars

The Council for Economic Education has released its fall schedule of free webinars! Sept 18 How to Play the Fiscal Ship Time 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST Presenter Gabe Tanglao, Bergenfield Public Schools Register Today Oct 2 Financial Literacy Resources at Your Fingertips Time 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST Presenter Marsha Masters Register …

Kahoot & Google Forms? Yes!!

I fell in love with Kahoot several years ago. My students were instantly drawn to the excitement of the interaction, the competition, and the learning. I also saw a perfect opportunity for them to collaborate by creating future Kahoot quizzes. I made Google Forms for students to submit questions and answers for future Kahoot quizzes. Although I had …

Congratulations to Peter Meggison, Associate Editor of NBEA Yearbook No. 55!

Congratulations to our own MBEA Board of Directors member, Peter Meggison, for his contribution to the National Business Education Association Yearbook, No. 55! Peter served as the Associate Editor for the Assessment Strategies in Business Education yearbook. Thank you, Peter, for continuing to give back to the business education community.

Student Contest: What economic advice would you give to the POTUS?

From our friends at the Council for Economic Education: Get your students thinking about the best economic advice they would give to the President of the United States (POTUS) and enter our student writing contest for a chance to win cash prizes for you and your students! All you have to do is have your students …

Calling all bloggers!

Do you blog?  Would you like to start blogging? The MBEA is looking for guest bloggers to provide fresh content to our members throughout the 2018-2019 school year. Blog posts on our website are blasted out to our social media channels – Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Our Tweeted blog posts also get retweeted by the National Business …

Looking for new material? Sign up for these email updates!

Are you finding yourself looking for new material in the classroom? Sign up for these email updates and get some great information! You don’t have to read them every day. I have mine routed to the Promotions tab in Gmail so that they don’t comingle with my “real” email. When I have a few minutes …

Updated Digital Literacy Curriculum from CommonSense Education

CommonSense Education recently announced that their FREE K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum would be updated for the 2018-2019 school year with: Revised and expanded topics Revised Scope & Sequence Lesson slides New and improved lesson plans New student activities, videos, classroom posters, and more Flexible documents and Add to Google Drive option For more information, please …

NGPF Back-to-School Webinars!

From our friends at NGPF: Back-to-School Webinars are now available! Also available are a collection of previously delivered webinars. Please visit the NGPF webinar page for more details! Using Google Docs to Teach NGPF Content (8/16) Getting Started with GOOGLE CLASSROOM (8/21) Brush Up On: Paying for College (8/23) Fall Advocacy Launch (8/29)  

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