Increase student engagement, creative thinking and learning responsibility by teaching Entrepreneurship
Where does entrepreneurship take place?
Explore where new businesses begin & what they need to succeed
Adaptable for a wide range of student ages.
- Teaching ready Powerpoint and PDF with teaching suggestion notes included (NO PREPARATION NEEDED)
- Accompanying entrepreneurship activities package
- Entrepreneurship Project
- Student assessment entrepreneurship reflection guide and activity
This is a series of lesson are part of Entrepreneurship unit 1 - introducing the ‘work space’ and where do entrepreneurs get their start.
This is a flexible series of approximately 1 weeks’ worth of daily lessons designed to introduce students of a wide variety of ages to the growing career of being an entrepreneur and what that can involve. The course in its entirety focuses on key entrepreneurial competencies including;
The activities are designed to connect the knowledge of this content taught with new developing attitudes toward entrepreneurship.
The content is designed in a linear fashion, allowing the teacher to start and end lessons where they deem appropriate for their class. All documents provided can be edited directly onto the PowerPoint or Word document. Please modify and update these lessons as you deem appropriate for your class learning level and curriculum needs.
The activities and project are scaffolded to cater to students of differing pre-existing knowledge and promote an inquiry based approach to learning as well as a project based learning element.
CLICK HERE - Introduction to Entrepreneurship Unit
CLICK HERE - Entrepreneurial Characteristics
CLICK HERE - Creating Value