Preview
Click to preview Business Studies Best Practices Volume 1 pocket and trade book

This book is a compilation of twenty-seven articles by the OISE business studies class of 2010 highlighting best practices of Ontario secondary school business teachers. Best practices are organized into the following categories: classroom and lesson ideas, fundraising and fairs as authentic learning, field trips, engaging students with contests, SHSM initiatives, and making strides outside the classroom. The book is ideal for business teachers who are seeking ideas for innovative strategies to enhance their programs.

Leppp

About the Author

Laura Pinto
Leppp Toronto, Ontario
Dr. Laura Elizabeth Pinto is the author of several Canadian textbooks, and is the recipient of a Governor General's Gold Medal. She has published dozens of academic and professional articles based on her research in the areas of education policy, critical media studies, business education, educational leadership, and philosophy of education. She has taught in the University of Toronto initial teacher education program for several years. She is currently Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Niagara University.

Publish Date  April 20, 2010

Dimensions  Pocket  116 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Education

Tags  , , ,

Comments (0)

EDUCATION ESSENTIALS - Education pocket and trade book
Published August 03, 2012
The Saddest Dreidl - photo book
Published November 26, 2011
Who's that wiggling in my kitchen? - Pets photo book
Published May 15, 2010
Quantity

Blurb Sites

© 2014 Blurb