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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 …

Registration is OPEN for the MBEA conference (4/6)!

Registration is now OPEN for the 2018 conference! View the 2018 Conference Flyer for session information. Register by sending in the form with payment or online via Eventbrite! April 6, 2018 The Verve, Crowne Plaza Boston-Natick 1360 Worcester St Natick, MA 01760

An Internet Minute: Stats Over the Years

I remember when this original image came out, and I was stunned at some of the figures of what happens in an Internet minute; however, when the 2016 image was released I laughed. I was not surprised to see Google search has grown by 4 million as this is part of our life. This is …

Hashtags & Professional Development, Really?!

How many years have you been a teacher . . . is this your 20th year (wow, congrats!!), 10th year, 1st year (good luck!) How do you stay current with education topics, especially in our field of Business Education? No matter how long you have taught, staying current with what’s going on in Education and …

60 Seconds

Though the statistics are staggering I have begun to think about the world my students are growing up in. The graphic above shares what people do online in 60 seconds! 60 seconds is the time it takes to microwave food, the amount of time my Mia face brush runs for, or could be the amount …

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