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Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1 & 2 provides an invative way of structuring learning by solving key problems: * How can students of all abilities be engaged and motivated (including the most able students)? * How can current real-world examples be brought into the classroom? * How can students be best prepared for their exams? KEY FEATURES * Revised and up-to-date case studies, business statistics and legislation * Case studies incorporating the latest business news, views and trends * Latest trends in human resource management and change management * Key kwledge points from VCAA VCE study design * Highly visual, digestible, lesson-based sections * Chapter summaries, school-assessed coursework tasks and review questions Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1 & 2 and eBookPLUS is a hard copy student text accompanied by eBookPLUS. eBookPLUS resources include: * Videos featuring Australian businesses, with worksheets * A glossary, crossword and missing-word glossary quiz for each chapter * VCAA VCE exam questions * School-assessed coursework designed in Microsoft Word for easy customisation * Weblinks to key business bodies and teacher support resources - eGuidePLUS * Access from any digital device: PC/MAC/iPad/Android Tablet.
Matt Richardson is the Humanities Leader and a senior Business Management teacherat Ballarat High School. He has taught VCE Business Management for 17 years. Matt was a member of the VCAA Business Management Review Panel and is an experienced Business Management examination assessor. He has presented professional development sessions for Business Management teachers at Comview, the annual VCTA conference, and has contributed articles to the VCTA journal Compak. Graeme Smithies has over 40 years' experience in secondary education in Victoria. During that time he has taught Legal Studies, Business Management, Economics, English, History and a variety of other Humanities and Commerce subjects. He spent over nineteen years in assistant principal and principal positions in government secondary schools. He has created a range of educational resources for VCE Commerce subjects, as well as the Years 7-10 National Curriculum learning areas of Civics and Citizenship, Economics and Business, and History. Stephen Chapman is an active teacher, author, external examination marker and consultant, with over 28 years' experience in high schools as a classroom teacher and coordinator. He has authored/co-authored 27 textbooks in the areas of Commerce, VELS Economics, Business Management and Economics. He has won awards for teaching excellence and pedagogical writings as well as a Commonwealth Parliamentary Teaching Fellowship. As a consultant, he works with schools in developing teaching programs and educational resources.
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