A short article that focuses on the importance of preparing students to participate in the knowledge economy. Authors focus on the skills young changemakers need for success in the Knowledge economy and the programs that exist which effectively train students to enter a competitive economy.
Edutopia outlines the 7 ways educators can unleash the potential on young social entrepreneurs. The list also offers tips on how to encourage and empower students who wish to make a difference in their communities and around the globe.
Applied Education systems sheds light on the traditional and non-traditional methods of teaching entrepreneurship to high school students. Consider this a series of tips-turned-into lesson planning for teachers interested in presenting entrepreneurship in a positive light to millennials.
This is an activity/an example of a curriculum teachers and students can use when discussing social entrepreneurship and the solutions that some change makers are implementing to tackle world problems. Layout: Problem, solution, Impact, sustainability of project, about organization.
This lesson, published by PBS Networks, is designed for social studies , communications, business education classes, and other youth-programs interested in teaching students on social entrepreneurship by focusing on the issues, forming an action plan, evaluating results.