Canadian Tax Reform Information

I attended the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Tax Reform workshop on Saturday.  Awesome information.  Amazing how Canadian and BCers are being duped by our governments by lowering taxes and the damage that it has done.  Check this out:  https://www.policyalternatives.ca/bc-tax-options Share this with your colleagues and your students in Economics and business classes. Ken Kuhn…

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Student Resource for Entry Level Jobs

Hi everyone, I wanted to share a new resource for students who are looking for an entry level job. This site was created in the greater Vancouver area and is starting to spread to the rest of BC and later across Canada. Please share it with your colleagues and students. Thanks,Chris   Home Sprouthire Job…

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Resource sharing and discussion for Canadian economics teachers

Great idea !   Martin RungeCorrelieu Secondary School Career Preparation Coordinator and Business & Info Tech Dept Head BC Business Education Association Treasurer, North Central  rep, Contact Info: Correlieu Secondary School, 850 Anderson Dr. Quesnel, BC V2J 1G4Phone: (250) 992-7007 Fax: 250-992-8476Cell 250-255-4884  Direct: 250-991-5634 >>> Bryce McBride <bryce@croecko.com> 07/May/2014 7:36 PM >>> Dear Colleagues, I am…

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Professional Learning Opportunity Sought

Dear Business Teachers: I have the opportunity to go into another teacher’s class to see how they are generating ‘student engagement’ in business studies (My Principal has agreed to pay a TOC for one day to allow this to happen).  If you have a strong porgram and wouldn’t mind a fellow teacher coming to your…

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Business Education Free Teacher Workshops

You may want to check out these FREE Teacher Workshops coming soon at www.freeteacherworkshops.org. Coming May 9th is a workshop on Issues on International Trade at Harrison Hot Springs and following on June 9th on Myths on the Canadian Economy. Check out the link and register a.s.a.p.   Ken Kuhn Phone: (604) 949-0599 Cell: (604)…

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Feature Articles from Learn (Issue 7)

The current issue of Learn magazine features two articles that may interest business educators. Embedded below, the first article (pp.5-10) outlines the implementation of financial literacy into the new math curriculum in response to PISA’s new assessment of financial literacy alongside its existing assessment of numeracy and scientific literacy. The second article (pp.13-17) discusses how…

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OpenOffice – Moodle Course

This course package is a perfect compliment for instructors who have adopted the eBook or paperback instructional guide “A Conceptual Guide to OpenOffice.org 3” (included in hyperlink) or as a standalone learning resource for face-to-face and distance learning instructional environments. https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/OpenOffice.org_Conceptual_Guides

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