Teaching Tools in Entrepreneurship Classrooms
With so many tools out there to teach entrepreneurship . . .
Do you want to know which tools other instructors are using, and why?
We’re sending this survey to our community of 12,000+ entrepreneurship educators to discover which teaching tools are the most popular.
And so that all of us benefit, we’ll be sharing the results of the survey with anyone who completes it.
So if you’d like to know which teaching tools are most popular for entrepreneurship education, just answer these very quick questions (~3 min) and we’ll share what we discover with you.
Which teaching tools do you consistently use?
Business Model Canvas
Please fill out the survey by Friday, Feb. 10th to get the full results.
Click Here for the ~3 Min Survey
In upcoming posts, we will share lesson plans, slides, videos, and exercises to engage your students.
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Missed Our Recent Articles?
Whether you are new to our community of entrepreneurship educators, or you’ve been contributing for years, we wanted to give you a list of the posts our community finds most valuable:
- Pilot Your Purpose. This exercise helps students discover what they’re passionate about and see how learning entrepreneurial skills can turn that passion into their purpose.
- 2022 Top Lesson Plans. Here is the list of our 2022 top entrepreneurship exercises and lesson plans based on feedback from our fast-growing community of thousands of entrepreneurship instructors.
- “The best class I’ve taken!” We all want a Dead Poets Society moment in our entrepreneurship class. One professor using the Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum got hers!
- Teaching Customer Interviewing. This card and the online game is a powerful way to teach students the importance of customer interviewing, and the right questions to ask.