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TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

The Progression of Technology on the Business Education Curriculum
 
 
 
 
 
 

A Research Report Prepared for

ABE 901: Research in Business Education

Dr. Don L. Crawford, Chairman Administrative Systems and
Business Education
 
 
 

Prepared by

Roderick Hames

June 7, 1993




ENDNOTES

 
 

1. W. R. Daggett and R. A. Jaffarian, “Business Education in the 1990’s- A Window of Opportunity.” Strategic Planning for the 1990’s, Twenty-Eighth Yearbook. Reston, VA: National Business Education Association, 1991: 166-171.

2. Leonard B Kruk, “Office 2000: A Glimpse into Tomorrow’s Workplace.” The Balance Sheet, September/October 1992:10.

3. Sharon L. O’Neal, “Office Information Systems.” Concepts and Applications, Glencoe, 1991: 2.

4. Charlotte D. Cubbler, “Business Education and the New Technology: Curse or Blessing?” The Balance Sheet, May/June 1989: 7.

5. J. E. Toppe, “Keyboarding- An Enabling Skill.” Business Education Forum, December 1991: 22-24.

6. F. L. Smith, “Technology in Education: An Administrator’s Perspective.” The Balance Sheet, Fall 1991:10-14.

7. Telephone interview with Sandy Iverson, 3, June 1993.

8. Personal interview with Kathy Jones, 26, May 1993.

9. Jones.

10. W. B. Johnston and A. H. Packer, Workforce 2000, Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute.

11. S. Jaderstrom, B. White, and S. Ellison, “The Changing Office Support Curriculum: Preparing Students for the Future.” September/October 1992: 5.

12. Joyce L. Arntson, “Technology and the Future of Education: Strategic Planning for the 21st Century.” The Balance Sheet, Fall 1991:23.

13. Daggett 166.

14. Policies Commission for Business and Economic Education, 1989.

15. Arntson 23.

16. Arntson 22.

17. Jones.

18. Personal interview with Sherah Carr, 4 May 1993.

19. Jones.

20. Jaderstrom 6.

21. Carr.

22. Arntson 25.

23. Carr.

24. Jones.



 
 

June 7, 1993
 
 
 

Dr. Don L. Crawford
West Georgia College
School of Business
Carrollton, GA 30118

Dear Dr. Crawford:

This research project will examine the changes that have occurred in the business education program due to the rapid advancements of technology. This problem area is divided into three headings which include: issues facing business education teachers, issues facing future business education students, and issues facing schools.

With the need to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, business education must quickly adapt to the demands of the information society. Business educators must all refocus and target their goals towards what most adequately benefits the work force of the next generation.

The problem facing many business education programs today is the idea of change and adaptation. Not only do employees have to learn to adapt but educators must also accept and embrace the changes in society. At risk is the successful business education program of the past and the healthy work force of the future.

Sincerely,
 
 

Roderick Hames
Business Education Teacher


RESEARCH PROJECT OUTLINE

Title: The Progression of Technology on The Business Education Curriculum


 



I. Issues Facing Business Education Teachers
A. Philosophy of Business Education
B. Changes in Keyboarding
C. Teacher Training
D. Teaching Strategies

II. Issues Facing Future Business Education Students
A. Job Trends
B. New technologies available to students

III. Issues Facing Schools
A. Educational Models
B. Hardware Costs



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