Entrepreneurial Students
www.youtube.com Teach Children to invent jobs not find them; students as global entrepreneursYong Zhao is currently Presidential Chair and Associate Dean for Global Educatio...
www.amazon.com World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students [Yong Zhao] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. <strong><em>Prepare your students for the globalized world!</em></strong> To succeed in the global economy
The idea that youth is wasted on the young? Wrong. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the creators of Superman were all under 30 when they wrote themselves into history. In this inspirational TEDYouth 2011 Talk, Brad Meltzer encourages us to dream big, work hard, and stay humble. ed.ted.com The idea that youth is wasted on the young? Wrong. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the creators of Superman were all under 30 when they wrote themselves into history. In this inspirational TEDYouth 2011 Talk, Brad Meltzer encourages us to dream big, work hard, and stay humble.
Have kids start a business in your classroom!
Why not have an entire semester or year long class be a collaborative project-based learning assignment? My students work in groups of 3-4 and select a problem around campus, collect research, perform research, and create a solution. This is the same process for entrepreneurial success!
Here are our students showcasing what they have learned and researched AND they are discussing their ideas with REAL people! Change the audience to a real one! www.youtube.com A recap of NIU's First Year Composition Program's Showcase of Student Writing
Bring in businesses to share their needs and thoughts with students.
I believe we often find ourselves overwhelmed by the speed and turbulence of change in today's world...often paralyzing us to move forward in it's immensity. We need to begin with a first step and not let that speed, turbulence or immensity keep us grounded in the status quo. Thank you for sharing...and providing ideas for where to take that first step.
The rise of the Maker has been one of the most exciting educational trends of the past few years. A Maker is an individual who communicates, collaborates, tinkers, fixes, breaks, rebuilds, and constructs projects for the world around him or her. Making holds a number of opportunities and challenges for a teacher. blogs.kqed.org As the Maker Movement starts to gain momentum, schools that are trying to find ways to foster the do-it-yourself environment can learn a few lessons from another nexus in the universe: public libraries. Dale Dougherty, founding editor and publisher of Make Magazine -- and the de facto leader of the Maker Movement -- has a

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