This study described the predictions of 146 (n = 146) full-time CTE BMITE teachers about the greatest influences on the future of Business, Marketing and Information Technology Education. A quantitative descriptive survey research design was implemented for the study using a sample of teachers in middle schools, high schools and career and technology centers. All predictions were based on 13 concepts derived from future-oriented literature. The BMITE predictions were compared to a baseline sample study of the general population. Theory U and Generational Theory were used as the framework for this study.
|Commitee:||Harris, Ed, McCharen, Belinda, Self, Mary Jo|
|School:||Oklahoma State University|
|Department:||Education (all programs)|
|School Location:||United States -- Oklahoma|
|Source:||DAI-A 74/01(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Business education, Vocational education|
|Keywords:||Business, Career, Career and technical education (CTE), Education, Oklahoma, Predictions, Presencing, Technology|
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