If you haven’t already run the 60 Minute MVP exercise in your class this term, now is the time. It’s the most popular exercise on our blog – over 500 students having done it this month alone.
“One student described it as like a Navy Seal mental training exercise. Not sure it was that intense, but they were amazed and proud that they got it done.”
In just 60 minutes, your students will…
Design Landing Pages
Your students will build a website that describes the problem they’re solving, like this one Thomas’ students built:
Here’s one from Emma Fleck’s class at Susquehanna University, another of our pilot professors:
Create Explainer Videos
Your students will build an explainer video to show how their solution solves that problem, like this one from Thomas’ class:
Your students will build a currency test to validate demand for their product, like this:
Teach your students this critical entrepreneurship lesson:
We’ve documented all of the instructions your students need to follow in the lesson plan below.
You want to do this exercise in your class. Your students need you to do this exercise in your class.
Complete details to bring this exercise to life in your class, including all the instructions for you, and videos for your students are in the lesson plan below.
Get the “60 Minute MVP” Lesson Plan
We’ve created a detailed lesson plan for the “60 Minute MVP” exercise walk you, and your students through the process, step-by-step.
It’s free for any/all entrepreneurship teachers. Please feel free to share it.
Reminder: Learn From Professors Who Teach Without a Textbook
If you want to replace all your lectures with activities like the 60 Minute MVP, join us on Nov. 13th, to learn from four professors who have done just that, and to learn if the same will work in your class. They will tackle the most common problems, like:
- How do you grade/assess my students without a textbook?
- How do you engage students who aren’t into entrepreneurship?
- How do you set student expectations when they’re used to traditional classes?
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