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ESTÁNDARES DE EXCELENCIA DEL PROGRAMA DE EDUCACIÓN COMERCIAL

17 Jan

ESTÁNDARES DE EXCELENCIA DEL PROGRAMA DE EDUCACIÓN COMERCIAL

Documento disponible en la pagina del colegio de Mayaguez

Estándares de Educación Comercial

16 Aug

Respondiendo a la preocupación de algunos colegas sobre los estándares de educación comercial, se debe aclarar que los mismos están incluidos en los prontuarios como estándares de contenido, ejecución y assessment.  La National Business Education Association tiene disponible un libro con las expectativas y estándares nacionales.

Adjunto les incluyo los estándares nacionales para algunos de nuestros cursos.

Estándares NBEA

Segundo Encuentro Nacional de Blogueros

4 May

El Segundo Encuentro de Blogueros se llevará a cabo este sábado 8 de mayo en las facilidades de Columbia Centro Universitario en Caguas. Las actividades planificadas son muy interesantes y se pueden aplicar perfectamente a lo que hacemos en la sala de clase de Educación Comercial. No pierda esta oportunidad.

Haga su inscripción y lo mejor de todo es que este beneficio es gratuito para todos los que defendemos y usamos la blogsfera boricua.

Educación Comercial es/Business Education is…

2 Aug

Business Education is the field of training in business practices and in specific skills such as accounting, information processing, keyboarding/typewriting, recordkeeping, and shorthand. Business education in the U.S. is conducted on two distinct levels: education for administrative support personnel in business and industry and collegiate education for business administration and for business teacher preparation.

Vocational Education.

Business education for administrative support personnel is included in the programs of almost every high school and community college, as well as in independent business colleges. Included in such curricula are courses in secretarial skills; bookkeeping and accounting; data processing; business communication, mathematics, and law; computer programming; and business management. These courses are important to the U.S. economy because they provide a steady flow of office workers who are in great demand.

Professional Education.

Colleges and universities provide professional education for persons who function at the administrative and management levels and also for those who teach business at the secondary and collegiate levels. The first business school at the collegiate level was the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, founded in 1881 at the University of Pennsylvania. Today about 1200 colleges offer bachelor’s degree programs in business administration; more than 600 schools have master’s degree programs; and about 100 have doctoral programs.

The typical college of business administration offers concentrations in accounting, finance, marketing, manufacturing, management information systems, operations management, and international business. Many business schools now offer education in areas not usually classified as business, such as governmental or public administration and institutional management. Enrollment in undergraduate schools of business administration is now more than 2.5 million students, and graduate enrollment is about 200,000.

Organizations and Journals.

The largest professional organization in the U.S. devoted exclusively to serving business education is the national Business Education Association. Professional associations also exist in each specialized field of business. The professional association serving college business programs is the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business. While no single publication covers all fields, Business Education Forum and the Journal of Education for Business deal with a variety of areas included in education for business. Individual fields are served by such journals as the Journal of Accountancy and the Journal of Marketing.

Modern Trends.

The development of the computer has effected many changes in business education. At the vocational level the emphasis has been on training programs for computer operators and programmers, and at the collegiate level on utilization of more efficient management information systems to provide data for making business decisions.

G.B.C., GORDON BISMARCK CROSS, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Funk & Wagnalls® New Encyclopedia. © 2006
tomado de History Channel

Blogfesores 2009: Open Access

8 May

Reseñas del evento

JSA

Perfil del Maestro de Educación Comercial del Siglo XXI

26 Apr

10 razones para que l@s maestr@s certificados en Educación Comercial enseñen teclado en el nivel elemental

13 Nov

TEN REASONS WHY BUSINESS EDUCATION-LICENSED
TEACHERS SHOULD BE TEACHING KEYBOARDING
AT THE ELEMENTARY LEVEL

The following reasons are why a Business Education-licensed teacher is the best choice
for teaching Keyboarding at the elementary level.
Business Education teachers

1. are proficient in using the “touch” control method of keyboarding.
2. have completed a keyboarding methods course that prepares them to teach a skill course.
3. understand the psychology of skill development.
4. have developed appropriate assessment strategies to measure keyboarding skill.
5. have developed strategies to integrate keyboarding in other subject areas; such as, English, Social Studies, and Science.
6. are knowledgeable in using computers, software, and technology.
7. have completed an educational psychology course on child development.
8. have developed creative ideas in integrating keyboarding and language arts.
9. are knowledgeable in meeting DPI standards for spreadsheets, data bases, clip art, graphics, PowerPoint, and other programs.
10. are just “great” people–team-oriented, dedicated, and committed to making sure every student learns the basic skill of keyboarding!

Dr. Harriet D. Rogers
UW-Whitewater

Gracias Dr. Rogers por aclararnos la duda que tenemos en Puerto Rico.  Espero que el Departamento de Educación estudie estos 10 puntos y nos certifique para la enseñanza del teclado en la escuela elemental.

Luchemos juntos por la Educación Comercial.  Somos expertos en la metodología para la enseñanza de la Tecnología.

Documento tomado de Dr. Harriet D. Rogers