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Eva Foxwell’s twenty years of business excellence has helped her create these curriculum guides that named her a Delaware Superstar Education Winner and a Teen Ink Magazine Educator of the Year.

 

This bundle provides teachers the opportunity to integrate Career-Readiness in the classroom with REAL WORLD experiences.

 

In order to review the above 2 curriculum guides, go to the Career Ready Education with the Classroom store and look for the education materials for the titles that say, "PREVIEW" for each curriculum guide.

 

In order to review the above 2 curriculum guides, go to the Career Ready Education with the Classroom store and look for the education materials for the titles that say, "PREVIEW" for each curriculum guide.

 

The first curriculum guide Managing the Classroom, I outlined responsibilities of each job position that I employ in my classroom. I wrote each position in a similar style to a job description that one might find posted on a company website so that each feels like a real business position. Some positions are more intensive than others, so in certain descriptions I have added examples of what a student in that position might say and do as part of their job. It is important for you to review the responsibilities of these positions with the students. I use the classroom job positions model and it has been working effectively for years to parallel to the real-world roles. Positions include:

• The Boss/ Business Manager/ Teacher

• Communication Managers (newly added!)

• Assistant Managers

• Project Managers

• Quality Assurance Managers

• Marketing Managers

• Transition Managers

• Attendance Managers

• Scribe Manages

• Timekeepers

Modeling your classroom after a business requires commitment and dedication from all parties, but the benefits can be astonishing. Watching students take initiative, demonstrate loyalty, and contribute to a bigger cause can be very rewarding for all.

 

Teaching Business Soft Skills has 400 pages and offers 5 units; Active Listening, Leadership, TIme Management, Problem Solving, and Issue Campaign. Part of the engagement and fun of teaching Business Soft Skills is using creative ways to give students real business experience. You can consistently reinforce business and professional behavior expectations by setting up your classroom itself as a business. You can assign or let students brainstorm and vote for what kind of business you want to imagine for your class. Assigning each student a specific and important role gives them a sense of responsibility and a stake in the whole class’ success. You can also choose to rotate positions after each unit to fairly

distribute responsibilities.

 

Ready-to-use lesson plans, warm-ups, worksheets, group activities, role-plays, assignments, rubrics, and assessments at your fingertips.

CAREER READY EDUCATION has a tremendous opportunity to assist business teachers, elementary school teachers, middle school teachers, high school teachers, and other educators understand life in the business world. We want to provide teachers access to the Career Ready Education curriculum materials to prepare students for their future.

***DIGITAL BUNDLE*** Managing the Classroom and Teaching Business Soft Skills

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