The next in our series of free slides you can add to your entrepreneurship lessons will help…
Make entrepreneurship skills relevant, even to students who don’t think they’ll start companies.
At their core…
Entrepreneurship skills are about learning to solve problems in mutually beneficial ways.
In this way, these skills benefit students no matter whether they:
- start a company
- join a company
- volunteer at a non-profit
- start a school club
…or anything in between. To remind students of that, we use slides like this one in our curriculum. In particular, we recommend you try it in your lessons on:
- Idea generation
- Customer interviewing
- Design Thinking
In upcoming posts, we will share exercises to engage your students.
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