Paul Jarvis, BTEC Business Studies course leader at King George V College will have his article on teaching techniques for new A Level specification published in the EBEA’s (The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association) ‘Teaching Business and Economics’ magazine.
Paul said: “This is my first article that I have had published. My old Course Leader from Edge Hill University asked if I would be interested in writing an article for the EBEA and then I got in contact with the Editor to discuss an appropriate topic.”
“With the changes to A Level specifications next year we agreed to focus on a topic that is new to Business Studies.”
Paul has shared his teaching practice that provides helpful ideas of how to deliver the teaching of Griener’s growth model to students. Paul uses real businesses to explain the model and focus on real life decisions they make.
The magazine is published each term and includes articles that focus on classroom practice, updating subject knowledge, reviews of recent published teaching and learning resources and articles covering business, enterprise, economics and other related subjects.
Paul added: “I really enjoyed doing the research on the topic; it reminded me of my days at University.
“It has been an eye opening experience to a new topic and has been a process that I have really enjoyed. I would like to do more writing.
“I would like to say a big thank you to Helena Knapton at Edge Hill University for pushing the idea in the first place and Duncan Cullimore at the EBEA for helping me through the process.”
Paul’s article is available to read at http://www.ebea.org.uk/publications/
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