We all struggle teaching idea generation, problem validation and customer interviewing in a way that fully engages our students.
Not only are we competing for our students’ attention, our methods for teaching business model validation are uninspired – especially when many of our students don’t want to be entrepreneurs.
Building an Experiential Curriculum
So what can our 1,100-strong community of teachers do about it?
Build our own experiential curriculum.
We need a curriculum that motivates our students to learn skills like:
- Quality idea generation
- Customer interviewing
- Problem validation
With immersive exercises, experience labs, and relevant case studies our students connect with.
We’ve drafted the ideal curriculum and a comprehensive resource guide we’d like to see for our community. Now the question is, should we build it?
We invite you to preview our Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum and let us know if you would use it in your classroom, and if not, why not.
We are practicing what we preach, validating demand for a solution to our struggle of teaching idea generation, problem validation and customer interviewing in a way that fully engages our students.