Category «Entrepreneurship»

Knowledge@Wharton Educator Advisory Board

I’m excited to share that I have been asked to serve on the inaugural Knowledge@Wharton Educator Advisory Board! Last month, I traveled to Wharton to meet with an amazing group of fellow high school business educators. We attended sessions of the Global Young Leaders Academy alongside some of the brightest students from around the world, …

MHS Entrepreneurs Make Donation to “Jon Jon Strong” Campaign

The Mansfield High School entrepreneurship students successfully ran a small business selling various homemade items during the fall semester. To learn the process of starting and maintaining a business, students created their own fidgets, ceramic ornaments, flavored lip balms, and scrunchies. They marketed their creations and sold the items in person. After analyzing finances, they …

It’s #GivingTuesday: Help Replenish Our Makerspace Supplies So We Can Keep Making!

After the hype of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, today is Giving Tuesday. It’s a day for us to give back. If you are looking for a way to do just that, may I suggest a donation to my students? They create products in their Entrepreneurship class that are sold to learn …

Ted Talk: Are athletes really getting better, faster, stronger?

Students are pros now at watching Ted Talks and modifying reflection sheets from Google Classroom using┬áDocHub. With a half-day today, it was the perfect time to watch “Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?” by David Epstein. We discussed the entrepreneurial opportunities in the world of athletics – environmental considerations, training programs, gear, clothing, etc. …

First Day: No Syllabus, Just Engaged Learning!

I focused on making the first day of school more engaging for students this year. I didn’t want to start off by talking at students all period to go over the typical syllabus, expectations, and grades. I engaged them in activities to introduce the courses in a different way. We made learning fun and engaging! …

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