“Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.”
― John Dewey
The time is coming to think about prepping fall classes. Don’t reinvent the wheel.
Let us enable you to focus on building experiences that help your students develop and apply their entrepreneurial mindset.
Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum (ExEC) is your guide to a structured, experiential classroom.
Don’t Take our Word for It
Dr. Chris Welter, who has used ExEC with undergrads and MBAs at from Xavier University, says:
“It’s the software I’ve been looking for for 3 or 4 years . . . I really appreciate the ability for students to get their hands dirty”
25+ Universities and Counting
Dr. Welter isn’t alone. We launched ExEC two years ago at a single university. Now, ExEC is on a path for adoption at 50 colleges by the end of this year:
Structured, Experiential Learning
ExEC is a rigorous, assessable, set of experiential exercises that emphasizes entrepreneurial skills like:
- Idea generation
- Problem validation
- Customer interviews
- MVP development
- and more…
Request a preview of the Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum today and make this Fall your most engaging semester of entrepreneurship yet!
Engage your Students this Fall
If you want your entrepreneurship classroom buzzing with the nervousness and excitement of active learning . . .
You are not alone.
There’s a community of entrepreneurial professors like you, and they’re using ExEC to blow their students’ minds!