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Related NBEA Achievement Standards for Information Technology

NBEA Achievement Standards for Information Technology

NBEA (National Business Education Association) standards have been correlated to ensure that students and adults are afforded equal access to fundamental business knowledge and skills and, therefore, an equal opportunity for success in life" (National Standards for Business Education, NBEA, 2007).

Analyze and compare society's influence on information technology and information technology's influence on society.

 

Analyze how developments in information technology affect the supply/demand characteristics of the job market.

 

Analyze how human ingenuity and technology satisfy specific human needs.

 

Assess how information technology changes the manner in which training is offered and implemented.

 

Assess the impact of information technology in a global society.

 

Describe how information technology affects worker-management relationships.

 

Describe how information technology changes social mores, including approaches toward work, family, school, and other cultures.

 

Describe how information technology creates greater interdependence among workers, organizations, and nations.

 

Describe the impact of technology on the knowledge and skills needed for success in the workplace.

 

Evaluate how information technology transforms business processes and relationships.

 

Evalute the cause and effect of technological solutions on society.

 

Examine how information technology changes the breadth and level of worker responsibilities.

 

Explain how information technologies meet human needs and affects quality of life.

 

Identify the impact of information technologies on the environment and society—both positive and negative (e.g., alternative fuel, disposal of information technology resources, GPS, electronic voting machines).

 

 

Identify the risks of information technology to personal health and safety and privacy.

 

Illustrate how information technology changes organization structures.