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Beaverton School District
Beaverton School District

Beaverton Schools

Student Store Learning Targets

Business-Mktg, Student Store

ALT 1 - Marketing and Merchandising Concepts

Students will understand basic marketing and retail merchandising concepts.

AST 1.1 - Marketing Terminology  :  Know and understand the definitions of basic marketing terminology.

AST 1.2 - Functions of Marketing  :  Know and understand the seven functions of marketing.

AST 1.3 - Marketing Activities  :  Determine forms of economic utility created by marketing activities.

ALT 1.4 - Marketing Concepts  :  Know and understand the marketing concept. Define the marketing concept.

ALT 2 - Marketing Mix

Students will understand the marketing mix.

AST 2.1 - Segmentation and Elements  :  Know and understand market segmentation and target marketing elements.

AST 2.2 - Roles and Research  :  Know and understand the role of the marketing mix and research in a retail store.

ALT 3 - Customer Service

Students will understand the importance of customer service and its impact on a retail business.

AST 3.1 - Selling and Customer Service  :  Understand the selling process and the importance of customer service.

ALT 4 - Store Operations

Students will have an understanding of the mechanics of operating a retail store.

AST 4.1 - Understanding Operations  :  Understand how to make a retail store operational.

AST 4.2 - Store Management  :  Understand the basics of handling cash, maintaining the store, and establishing policies and procedures.

AST 4.3 - Store Security  :  Understand the measures used in securing a retail store.

ALT 5 - Promotions

Students will understand the importance of promotion in a retail business.

AST 5.1 - Elements for Promotions  :  Understand the elements involved in promoting a business, including sales promotion, visual merchandising, advertising, and publicity.

ALT 6 - Business Management

Apply and demonstrate key professional metacognitive skills to facilitate business success and to progress in business, marketing, sales, and service careers.

AST 6.1 - Collaboration  :  Students work effectively with others; respect diversity; are empathetic, cooperative, and willing to compromise; assume shared responsibility for group tasks; and communicate effectively in groups.

AST 6.2 - Communication  :  Students effectively communicate and listen through oral, written, visual, and nonverbal formats in both formal and information situations.

AST 6.3 - Leadership  :  Students inspire and influence others to achieve a common goal by capitalizing on strengths to coordinate tasks; motivating and guiding others; taking initiative and responsibility for outcomes; being decisive, assertive, and authoritative; developing others' skills; and negotiating conflict.

AST 6.4 - Self-Efficacy  :  Students are confident in their ability to obtain academic success; persist to overcome challenges; and are not defeated by failure.

AST 6.5 - Integrity  :  Students work in a systematic and organized fashion to develop precise and accurate products that comply with procedures and directions; have high standards; and maintain personal and academic integrity.

AST 6.6 - Adaptability  :  Students respond and adapt well to change; are comfortable with ambiguity; adjust priorities and thinking in response to change; manage pressure and setbacks; and maintain an optimistic outlook.