Through my gap year I'm planning to do some volunteer work abroad, I aim to gain a more open-minded view of other cultures and environments which could prove useful to my future ambitions and relationships. It has also given me time to thoroughly consider my goals and aspirations whilst keeping in mind what I'll enjoy studying the most. An Engineering degree was recommended as a good route to a career in the financial industry. However, I felt that Business Studies has always been a high interest of mine and I believe it's vital to enjoy a subject in order to achieve your full potential.
This book provides support for Business & Economics teachers as well as those studying professional development qualifications. As part of a series of practical, subject specific-guides, it is designed for teachers working with international programmes and qualifications. The guides contain practical ideas for classroom activities, including active learning, assessment for learning and reflective practice. They give examples, based on experience and observations of what works well, to help teachers put theory into practice. Each guide is accompanied by a variety of online tools for lesson planning.