submitted by HBEA President M. Langenbacher Here is an article provided by Dr. Michael Smith, a local educator. He found these on the University of Tennessee web site “G0 Titans” http://www.utc.edu/walker-center-teaching-learning/teaching-resources/teaching-tips.phpTeaching GET FEEDBACK FROM YOUR STUDENTS Periodically during the semester,... Continue Reading →
by Cheryl Fujii HBEA is seeking nominations for the position of Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Members are encouraged to participate on the Executive Board and to either apply or nominate a member to fill current vacancies. For nomination and... Continue Reading →
Video from Office Team: The role of admins in the office of the future.
Here is a link to a blog post from How to be a Virtual Assistant that might help you communicate with others about why becoming a virtual assistant might be a good option. http://www.howtobeavirtualassistant.co.uk/about-virtual-assistants/10-reasons-why-this-is-the-year-to-quit-the-rat-race-and-become-a-virtual-assistant/
Do you know someone that really deserves recognition for their outstanding work?Acknowledge your deserving colleagues and business partners. Nominate them for various professional awards: HBEA Awards Distinguished Service Business Educator School Administrator, Business Person, Legislator, or Company Outstanding Business Educator... Continue Reading →
The Hawai‘i Business Education Association (HBEA) annual keyboarding contest will be held during the spring semester. HBEA members are invited to submit their student timed writings from the fall and/or spring semesters.The HBEA Executive Board would like to encourage members... Continue Reading →
LinkedIn is offering a Week of Learning. Click on the link below to see what courses are available. Learn the most in-demand skills - free through October 30th. https://www.linkedin.com/learning/?trk=share_wol_facebook_learning