Free online resources for teaching high school business and marketing educationPosted Apr 08, 2020
In support of high school teachers and school districts during the COVID-19 pandemic, MBA Research and Curriculum Center is providing free unlimited student subscriptions for the Learning Center LMS for all subscribers until June 30. The Learning Center holds over 200 ready-to-use lesson modules (LAPs). Teachers can easily assign students to read narrative, take quizzes, respond to prompts, and other activities. Module topics are focused around business, marketing, ethics, and 21st century skills. Current subscribers can click here for instructions on adding student accounts.
Schools that do not currently have a teacher subscription can purchase for a special price of $200 for accounts expiring June 30, which also includes unlimited student subscriptions. The $200 cost can be applied as a down payment toward the purchase of the Learning Center for the 2020-21 school year.
Please contact us for further details or if you need assistance arranging for payment. We do not want payment to be an issue. We will do whatever we can to assist you. We have materials that can assist all Career Technical teachers as well as academic teachers (i.e., work readiness skills, ethics, leadership, core business skills.) Our goal is to help teachers and school districts continue to engage students in the learning process. For ordering questions or concerns, email [email protected]. For technical issues, email [email protected].
The following states have upgraded membership levels and get free access to the Learning Center: Arizona, Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. Educators in those states can request an account by emailing [email protected]. Be sure to include your name, school, and state.
MBA Research and Curriculum Center is dedicated to supporting educators in the preparation of students for careers in the areas of business administration, including Business Management, Finance, and Marketing. The Columbus, Ohio-based not-for-profit is operated by a consortium of state education departments.