Prep your experiential class in days, not weeks!
A Structured Experience
Fall is coming. ExEC has the exercises your students want and the structure you need!
If you’re looking for a structured way to make your class real from day one, that engages your students, try ExEC. We built a blend of digital (for resources and assignments) and real-life learning experiences, and practice what we preach by interviewing our faculty and students, so we are continuously improving the experience for you and for your students.
An Engaging Experience
We’ve had overwhelmingly positive feedback from students and faculty, and we have grown from no schools adopting ExEC to over 50 schools adopting it in less than 2 years.
Here is what two of our professors had to say after experiencing ExEC in their classes:
Our Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum focuses on a few core topics that are essential to entrepreneurs:
Our founding team are entrepreneurs. We’ve spent years interviewing entrepreneurship faculty and students. This combined knowledge led us to build an evolving, award-winning entrepreneurship curriculum that probes topics in-depth that entrepreneurship textbooks gloss over.
We engage students in practicing skills, actively. Class time should be spent learning by doing, with professors guiding students through an experience where they can see the material come to life in a way that is meaningful for them. We built that experience for you, for your students. ExEC enables professors to easily shift from the ineffective sage-on-the-stage model of education to the guide-on-the-side model, because the real teacher with the ExEC curriculum is the students’ experience.
ExEC is the entire learning experience, giving students meaningful content and the tools to turn that content into action.
Engage your Students this Fall
If you want your entrepreneurship classroom buzzing with the nervousness and excitement of active learning, you are not alone.
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:
- “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!
- Why Textbooks Don’t Work. Textbooks are not an effective way to teach entrepreneurship. Experiences are. Students don’t want to read. They want to do. Engage students with the Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum.
- Recommended Tools for Teaching Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship professors need tools to teach skills. These are the best tools students can use to practice entrepreneurship.
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