Virginia Tech Center for Economic Education
Jan 18, 2024
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Grade Level: High School, Middle School, Post-high School
Potential Recertification Credits: 1
Join us for this webinar on how to enhance grades 6-12 instruction across subjects by cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset in students. After briefly setting the stage with research-based reasons to teach entrepreneurship, participants practice “thinking like an entrepreneur.” Participants also explore ways to use entrepreneurship concepts, skills, and mindsets as real-world contexts for teaching CTE courses, math, English, science, social studies, economics, and personal finance while simultaneously increasing student engagement and achievement. Recommended age-appropriate, classroom-ready, grades 6-12 entrepreneurship resources included (e.g., videos, hands-on lessons, chapter books, articles, etc.).
Co-sponsored by the Minnesota Council for Economic Education.
Fee: NO CHARGE
Instructions on how to join this webinar will be emailed to registered participants.
Instructor: Cheryl A. Ayers, Ph.D., Co-Director
Cheryl A. Ayers, Ph.D., Co-Director
Center for Economic Education
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