Apple for the Teacher?

The Big Apple Awards is the educational division of the Home Business Awards. One of the things that we encourage educators from all over America to do is to potentially work the ideas of entrepreneurship and home based businesses into their curriculum if these topics are not already. The truth of the matter is that we live in a different world from less than half a year ago.

The workplace has changed a lot. This includes remote workers and those that got laid off or lost a business, usually because no solution was found for “Digital Transformation. Wikipedia describes Digital Transformation as as

“…The use of new, fast and frequently changing digital technology to solve problems. It is about transforming processes that were non digital or manual to digital processes.”:

There has always been a need, especially in high schools, for a business focus from an entrepreneurial approach. For whatever reason this area is frequently ignored by educators. This is, quite frankly, a travesty. Remote learning needs to have a focus on entrepreneurship and online marketing!

Big Apple Awards: Slice the Educational Apple

Studies Via Computers

No matter how you slice it, the Big Apple Awards is an awards show committed to honoring those who have taken the path of education. Especially today this is a challenging path because of the need for remote education. Kids in NYC are not going to an actual school building but rather are getting their studies from teachers via computer.

Captivating Students

To us this shows that all educators in Manhattan, NY and beyond, are people who are going above and beyond. We consider them to be heroes. It is not easy to totally recalibrate how you teach. It is hard enough to grade all the papers and do the work that educators do. Now added to the mix is having to do this in a way that captivates students and keep them interested in their studies.

Making a Difference

It really is quite amazing what is going on here in New York in terms of education. It is a collaboration between educators and students. Both sides are doing their best to keep education in the city on track. It is going to be challenging to figure out who the winners are, because regardless of how you slice it, they are all making a difference.