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Brighton, Michigan, May 16: Hands-On Teaching Ethical Decision-Making in Business

  • 16 May 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton, Brighton MI
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Ethics is the ultimate business advantage. The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative: High School program is changing the way that business administration teachers discuss ethical decisions with their students nationwide.

 

In partnership with the Daniels Fund, MBA Research is developing new course guides and learning modules to support a wide variety of business administration courses, including those supporting programs in:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Management/Administration
  • Marketing

This brand new initiative provides tools and training to

  • Integrate ethical decision-making throughout the curriculum
  • Introduce “business” through a new leadership course
  • Earn digital badges (micro credentials) to document achievement
  • Incorporate ethics into competitive events

Leave this one-day workshop with:

  • Greater understanding of the Daniels Fund and the Eight Ethical Principles
  • Strategies for utilizing learning modules (LAPs) to deliver ethics education
  • Details for accessing content via the online MBA Learning Center
  • An understanding of course guide components and their application
  • Activities and lesson plans to put into practice in the classroom
  • Access to free leadership course guide
  • Access to free course guides: 12 to be released through 2020
  • Access to free comprehensive learning modules (LAPs): 50+ through 2018
  • Specific teaching ideas
  • Teacher scholarship opportunities to support in-depth training to implement new leadership course

 

Who should attend:  This specialized workshop is designed primarily for high school business and marketing teachers who emphasize core business content.  (Not recommended for courses focused primarily on technology.) 

 

Registration:  $189 (Member: $119) includes light lunch, breaks, and access to extensive library of instructional tools and curricula. 


Need to spend the night?


Hampton Inn and Suites

8068 Challis Rd

Brighton MI  48116

Tel: 810-225-8363

Fax: 810-225-8366


Click here for our hotel room block with a special room rate.


Rates are $129 King and $139 Double Queen



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