Curriculum for Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship 1, 2, and 3 Classes will be held during the school year in a classroom with an instructor or online depending on best health practices.
Class will be held 1 day a week for 1 & ½ hours.
Entrepreneurship 1, 2, and 3 Classes may include developing a class business as well as a personal business with a mentor. Extra time for developing a business or rehearsing for performances will be scheduled as needed.
These classes help teens and young adults start a side hustle (business) connecting teens and young adults with real world business
Workshops are specialized classes on subjects which will supplement the Entrepreneur class.
Entrepreneurs must first understand personal finances before embarking on any kind of business. Courses are designed to meet our young entrepreneurs’ needs.
This curriculum is enhanced by several other activities and lessons that go beyond the scope of the Entrepreneur Pathways
Entrepreneurship 2 will be a more in-depth curriculum also from Entrepreneur Pathways.
Entrepreneurship 3 will revolve around Innovation and Development Entrepreneurism.
Skills for Success
All young entrepreneurs will participate in a personal development program called Skills for Success. This is an updated version of a class on success that Bob Ritchey taught at West High School 30 years ago. Bob capitalized on the principles in the course and became a very successful real estate investor.
Wellness for Entrepreneurs
I am learning how to delegate and how to empower people.
– Tyra Banks
Entrepreneur Academy envisions technology playing three core instructional functions:
- Personalized Instructional programs.
- Real-world connections. Technology offers a wealth of possibilities connected to the real world, including communicating with experts and others investigating similar topics, to access rich visuals, to provide engaging and current formats for research, etc.
- Registration of learning. Technology also offers engaging formats for applying skills and concepts, thereby developing higher-order thinking skills. These include creating podcasts, blogs, PowerPoints, comic strips and movies, whiteboard lessons and many more.
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.
– Richard Branson
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