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lessonVacant Lot Opportunity Mindset

Today and every day, across America from coast to coast, from rural communities, to the suburbs, to inner-cities, America’s students will walk, pedal and ride past a landsca…

lessonEye Spy

Entrepreneurs learn through observation. They observe the marketplace, trends, business models, the behavior of businesses and consumers, how value is being created, Principle…

lessonTicket Out

There are many strategies for checking for student understanding of class material. One quick, easy and effective strategy is the “ticket out the door”. Students need to r…

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…

lesson100 Entrepreneurs

The 100 Entrepreneurs who Changed the World activity allows students the opportunity to independently research an entrepreneur from history who made an impact on the…

lessonA Decade of Entrepreneurs

The Decade of Entrepreneurship activity affords your students the opportunity to research an entire decade worth of entrepreneurs and share that knowledge with
thei…

lessonZoom

Zoom illustrates the costs and barriers to exchanging needed knowledge and information in a fun, interactive way.

lessonMoney Bowl

Money Bowl provides an applicable example of greed while exploring the effects of communication and trust within a group.

lessonBridge Building for Team Building

As we come together, we each have many talents, skills, and ideas which we can share with each other. This activity will give you a chance to share these talents with one anot…

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…

lessonChain Reaction

Creative destruction is a powerful force that has spurred innovation over centuries. While many see the dissolution of a labor force as a negative, it is important to consider…

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…

lessonWhat’s in a Handshake?

For most of us adults, a handshake is simple, easy, and it comes naturally. That is not the case for most of our students. And unfortunately, there are a lot of ways…

lessonThe Footwear Design Project

The Footwear Project is a fast-paced project leading students through the design thinking process. This project supports the same mindset, thinking and outcomes as T…

lessonHuman Treasure Hunt

This is an activity to help your students get to know one another better and practice their soft skills.

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.…

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…

lessonPIT With Namecards

Pit is a fast-paced card game designed to simulate open outcry bidding for commodities. If you are familiar with this classic game, be aware that we don’t necessar…

lessonThree Simple but Not Easy Questions

The following activity will challenge your students. Many of them will fail to answer correctly. Correct answers are not the goal of this activity. For the purpose o…

lessonThink Like Einstein

Albert Einstein said, “The definition of genius is taking the complex and making it simple.” People tend to feel like complex concepts require a lot of explanation, which …

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