Welcome to the OBEA's Curriculum Library!
The resources you see below have been provided by the Ministry of Education and are available to all teachers. Once you join OBEA you will gain access to an extensive collection of business studies resources. These resources have been provided by business teachers, workshop presenters and business organizations and are available exclusively to our members.
School Accounting Modules
CPA Canada's School Accounting Modules (SAMs), available in Simply Accounting and QuickBooks for Windows, are designed to serve as curriculum for secondary school students in Grades 11 and 12. Its five computer-based accounting modules allow students to learn and apply their accounting and business skills in the classroom. Author Tim Ireland, head of the business department at Eric Hamber Secondary School in Vancouver, credits the program with “getting students out of textbooks and giving them a hands-on and realistic sense of what an accounting business is like.”
CPA Ontario is pleased to provide one copy of SAMs, per teacher, free of charge. The School Accounting Modules are available in electronic PDF format file or hard copy. This resource can be ordered online through CGA Ontario's website located at www.cga-ontario.org. Please access the Secondary School section under Teacher. Alternatively, requests can be sent via e-mail to email@example.com If you would like further details regarding CPA Canada's School Accounting Modules, or would like to learn more about CGA Ontario's free resources please call 1-800-668-1454 ext. 257.
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i like it Career Research Guide
will i like it is a free curriculum-based career research guide, designed for students, to help them determine a career direction that most suits them.
Send an email to CPA Ontario High School Program, firstname.lastname@example.org with the quantities of each resource you would like for your class.
i like it Teacher Notes
Provides a free guide for teachers on how to use the research guide in the classroom. It has been created to support the expectations of The Ontario Curriculum, Guidance and Career studies.
go anywhere is your passport to success. These free resources prepare students for careers in the area of Business and Accounting. Students at the secondary level that are pursing postsecondary education in business can look at university/college prerequisites and recommended studies.
Risk Responsibility Reality, premiered at OBEA Spring Conference 2006, is a teacher's resource based on three humorous vignettes with curriculum-ready lessons and activity sheets included. This resource enables teachers of law to introduce students to concepts such as duty of care, legal contracts, legal liability, ethical behaviour and social responsibility in an interactive and engaging learning experience complete with real legal case studies. For grades 9 to 12 (includes 18min DVD, 68 pages, 2007, CSC approved).
Risk Responsibility Reality is brought to you by The Insurance Institute's Curriculum Connections program. Order your FREE copy at http://www.career-connections.info/en/CC_RE_riskRespon.asp?ppid=414.
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