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Business/Marketing Technology. Program Update 2011. Teacher Information System. Everyone is new user. Frameworks Revisions. New Frameworks (revised) (492150)Digital Communications I Layout and Design (DCI) (492160) Digital Communications II Imaging (DCII)

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Business/Marketing Technology

Program Update

2011


Teacher Information System

Everyone is new user


Frameworks Revisions

  • New Frameworks (revised)

    • (492150)Digital Communications I Layout and Design (DCI)

    • (492160) Digital Communications II Imaging (DCII)

    • (492360) Digital Communications III Digital Media (DC III)

    • (492370) Digital Communications IV Audio Video Production (DC IV)


Frameworks Revisions

  • New Frameworks (revised)

    • (492510) DWE Approved Computer Applications III

    • (492320) Management

    • (492460) Travel Destinations


Frameworks Revisions

  • 2011-2012

  • Pending Common Core implementation schedules could be revised

  • Refer to Update book for those planned

  • Volunteers will be needed


Course Deletions

  • 2012-2013

  • Web Design and Multimedia Productions


New Courses2011-2012

  • (492670) DWE Approved Web Technologies

  • (492680) DWE Approved Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

  • Small Business Operations (code pending)

  • Technology Infrastructure (code pending)

    ALL THE ABOVE REQUIRE PRIOR APPROVAL


Name Changes 2012-2013

  • Enterprise Management will be changed back to Entrepreneurship.


Courses to be Tested 2011-2012

  • (492100 ) Computerized Accounting I

  • (492110) Computerized Accounting II

  • (492120) Computer Business Applications

  • (492140) Advanced Databases

  • (492170) Enterprise Management I

  • (492180) Enterprise Management II

  • (492240 Introduction to Finance


Courses to be Tested 2011-2012

  • (492330) Marketing

  • (492350) Marketing Management

  • (492380) Office Management

  • (492450) Advanced Spreadsheets

  • (492490) DWE Approved Computer Applications I

  • (492500) DWE Approved Computer Applications II


In-Services

LaTrenda Jackson


Technical Assistance Visits

  • Single LEA’s

  • Dawson Co-op

  • Northwest Co-op

  • Only one notebook per school.

  • “School Information” form

  • Check with your CTE coordinator for date

LaTrenda Jackson


Changes in Programs of Studyand Minimum EquipmentTim Johnston

Start up


Perkins

Ginger Fisher

Academic achievement--aligned to NCLB academic content & achievement standards (Geometry and Literacy based on NCLB AYP)

Graduation rates (As determined by NCLB)

Technical skill attainment,--aligned to industry-recognized standards if available and appropriate (Students who COMPLETE a sequence of courses and PASS all technical assessments)

Completion

Placement ( Postsecondary education, military or employment)

Non Traditional (Participation in and completion of)


FBLA

  • 2010-2011 Total Membership

    • Senior Level

      • Chapters - 275

      • Members – 10,072

    • Mid-Level

      • Chapters - 112

      • Members – 4,700


FBLA Districts

  • New in 2011-12 – seven (7) Senior High Districts

    • District 7 – Benton and Washington counties

    • Lisa Hotsenpiller, District 7 Coordinator (interim)


FBLA National Leadership Conference

  • Orlando, Florida – June 28 – July 1

  • Total attendance – 8.000+

  • Arkansas attendance – 300

  • Arkansas competitors – 170 in 60 events


FBLA National Winners

  • 1st place – Virtual Business Challenge – Brett Harris, Alex Prince, Mountain View

  • 1st place – Computer Game & Simulation Programming – Lucas Dorrough, Logan Guerian, Dardanelle

  • 2nd place – Entrepreneurship – Asher Perkins, Justice Thompson, Anna Vasquez, Siloam Springs


FBLA National Winners, cont.

  • 2nd place – Public Speaking I – Jamie-Lynn Gills, Murfreesboro

  • 4th place – Desktop Application Programming – AyushSaraswat, Little Rock Central

  • 5th place – Future Business Leader – Allison James, Lonoke

  • 5th place – Word Processing – Katherine Caid, Arkansas Baptist


FBLA National Winners, cont.

  • 6th place – Technology Concepts – Blake Simmons, Hillcrest

  • 6th place – Desktop Application Programming – Hunter Bobel, Fort Smith Southside

  • 6th place – Hospitality Management – Lauren Shufelberger, Mena

  • 7th place – Desktop Publishing – Emily Brown, Kara Nelson, Greenwood


FBLA National Winners, cont.

  • 8th place – Business Ethics – Daniel Call, Mitchell Hasler, Bentonville

  • 8th place – Community Service Project – Marcy Atkins, Donysia Jennings, Haley Myers, Pangburn

  • 9th place – Cyber Security – JedidahNohre, Mountain View

  • 9th place – Healthcare Administration – Lindsey Pritchett, Bergman


FBLA National Winners, cont.

  • 9th place – Word Processing II – Michelle Dougherty, Omaha

  • 9th place – American Enterprise Project – Nicole Nokes, Anna Vasquez, Siloam Springs

  • 10th place – Management Information Systems – Afton Shackleford, Corbin Dean, Fort Smith Southside

  • 10th place – Marketing – John Hobbs, Lonoke


FBLA National Recognition

  • 2010-11 Who’s Who – Molly Bennett, Riverview High School

  • Local Outstanding Adviser – Donna Penn, Fordyce High School

  • 2011-12 National Officer – Southern Region Vice President – Tony Jones, Fort Smith Southside


FBLA National Recognition

  • March of Dimes Most Money Raised – Arkansas, 2nd overall with $49,128.05

  • March of Dimes Local Chapter Most Money Raised –

    • Nettleton, 2nd with $16,181.67


Questions/Answer Session


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