If you’re like most high school business education teachers, you’ve probably spent some time searching for international business lesson plans. It can be a niche topic, after all, and many teachers approach AES frustrated that they can't find the right providers to fit their classrooms.
To help students stand out and be successful, many business education teachers are turning to new certification options. As a provider of business education curriculum, educators often ask AES for recommendations on certifications other teachers integrate into their programs. The Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) certification offered by Certiport is one popular certification business teachers like you have shared with us.
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As a business curriculum provider, we often speak with high school teachers looking for new lesson plans to supplement their curriculum.
Business and computer teachers have a lot to consider when choosing between teaching Google Apps or Microsoft Office. In many ways you’re setting the stage for the application that those students may use for the rest of their lives. And that’s a lot of pressure to put on anyone.
As a provider of business education resources, we hear from many teachers like you who are frustrated that they can’t find quality lesson plans for business management. You need to cover management as part of your business curriculum, but finding resources to meet your standards and engage your learners may leave you scrambling.
As a provider of digital curriculums, high school business teachers often approach us about educational resources they can use to teach their business education courses.