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Entrepreneurs in Your Classroom - How to Spot them and Create them?

The role of education is to prepare the next generation for contributing to society. It becomes truly rewarding when teachers include entrepreneurial projects and thinking since early age. In that way students become self-reliant and value hard-work, earnings, resources and teamwork. These resources will both inspire you and get you going to be a terrific teacher-entrepreneur.
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Entrepreneurs in Your Classroom - How to Spot them and Create them?
  • Milena Milicevic says:
    Entrepreneurship is about hustling and not giving up. Will Smith in the film, The Pursuit of Happiness sets a standard for future entrepreneurs. A film not to miss in your classroom.
  • Business Model Generation Book

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    businessmodelgeneration.com
    businessmodelgeneration.com
    Milena Milicevic says:
    Although the educators may modify the content of this book so that younger students understand it, the great thing about Business Model Generation is that it really started a movement among people of different walks of life. For Millennials it can be a great starting point into the entrepreneurial world of adults.
  • Milena Milicevic says:
    We all remember that special class in school when guest lecturers would share their views on career and life. With TED in your classroom, you can have the inspirational speakers over and over again. If we have to choose one talk to recommend in particular as a blueprint for making youngsters more entrepreneurial, that is Cameron Harold's speech under number 5.
  • Milena Milicevic says:
    These activities are grouped into 13 categories and when you choose one of them a new multitude of resources appears. A fantastic website with activities applicable both in the classroom and outside of it, in the real business world.
  • Milena Milicevic says:
    Junior Achievement is a non profit organization that brings the real world to students through hands-on curriculum delivered by a trained classroom volunteer. JA was founded in the US, and through the support system of students creating companies, it fosters entrepreneurship in the upcoming generation from early stages.
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