THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 5 PM ET / 4 PM CT
Put Students in the Driver's Seat of Their Learning
Entrepreneurial education is not often taught outside of business classes, but the skills students develop can empower them in all subjects and even beyond the classroom. Even as young entrepreneurs, students can create and innovate, write a business plan, balance their expenses and income, and explore new and old technologies as creative solutions to perennial problems. Throughout the process, students can find enrichment across the curriculum, breathing fresh life into age-old concepts.
In this session, we will explore the many ways entrepreneurship can support your middle school curriculum, regardless of what you teach. Join expert educators Usha Iype and Patrick Bresnahan for entrepreneurship education tips that put students in charge of their learning. Soon, your students will be also able to engage in creative problem-solving and transform their learning by applying it in the context of entrepreneurship, too!
Attendees will receive:
- A certificate for 1 hour of professional learning
- Access to digital resources and ongoing training and support