High School Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators
Program Cost: TBD
How one teaches is just as important as what one teaches. If you are a high school teacher who teaches entrepreneurship or has the desire to, High School Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators (SEE), will provide you with tools and activities to use in your classroom to provide an entrepreneurial mindset to your students.
This action-based program provides you with a toolkit, playbook, and best practices for teaching entrepreneurship to others, including Babson’s hallmark methodology, Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™). Leave the program ready to inspire your students to make a difference through entrepreneurship.
Email Dayle Lipsky or call +1-781-239-3915
What You Will Learn
The High School SEE program will equip you with proven concepts for effective entrepreneurship education, as well as give you the tools to teach experientially and overcome challenges in your approach to teaching.
Specific topics addressed include:
- The Mindset of Entrepreneurship Educators
- Customer Development
- Iteration and Learning from Failure
- Pitching Opportunities
Who Should Enroll
This program is for teachers and administrators in high schools around the world who want to infuse an entrepreneurial mindset into your school. Teachers in any subject, business, history, art, etc., are welcome.
Your Faculty Directors
This program is led by Professor Heidi Neck and Janai Mungalsingh.
Heidi Neck is the Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College. Neck’s research interests include entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurship inside organizations, and creative thinking. She is the lead author of Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach, written to help educators teach entrepreneurship in more experiential and engaging ways.
Janai Mungalsingh is the manager of program strategy and curriculum design for Youth Entrepreneurship Programs at Babson College.
Cost includes program materials, lunch for each day, and a celebratory dinner. If you need accommodations, you can book a room at the Babson Executive Conference Center, which is where the program also takes place.
All participants receive a certificate of completion. This program results in 18 professional development hours. For Massachusetts teachers, the MA Department of Education approved this course for 18 PDPs (Professional Development Points.)
Each session has a limited number of participants to preserve the intimacy and collegiality of the experience. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
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