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lessonPop-Up Business Challenge

It can be easy to be creative and plan a business when the sky is the limit, but how creative can students be when strict constraints limit opportunities? Students will be ask…

lessonCinema Challenge

Foundational values are what binds this course together. Students will have a chance to be creative as they think of a popular movie, TV show or other media to connect to the …

lessonGame Challenge

Let’s combine learning and playing with the Game Challenge. Students often learn best when interacting with content in a game style format. The Game Challenge is a PBL-desig…

lessonS.M.A.R.T. Goals

During this activity, students will examine the difference between a well-written S.M.A.R.T. goal and a poorly written goal.…

lessonS.W.O.T. Analysis

In this two-part activity, students will complete a S.W.O.T. Analysis for a business. A S.W.O.T. Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) is a common busine…

lessonI, Pencil

I, Pencil offers teachers the opportunity to reiterate many of the themes of previous lessons, but with a specific emphasis on the market process, the invisible hand…

lessonPersonal Branding Project

This is a project to help your students understand brands and create a brand for themselves. This is a good time to discuss why creating a brand for yourself is impo…

lessonBMC – Partner Pitch

This activity can be used at any time during a class. You can use partner pitches at the beginning of a session or in the middle to keep students engaged and to take ownership…

lessonTarget Market Person

In this activity, students will research a popular U.S. restaurant, then create a target person for the restaurant their team selects. Students will research the restaurant to…

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