An Enterprising Pedagogy
Slideshow, videos and extracts from publications explaining the principles and practice of teaching in an enterprising manner.
An outline of options for integrating knowledge into major experience-based activities - and the implications for the old chestnut: "Can entrepreneurship be taught?"
Samples of 'life-like' activities that can be used to teach enterprising/entrepreneurial skills.
Samples of 'real life' projects, along with an invaluable template for pre-designing projects.
Video presenting examples of Australian enterprising projects that nurture enterprising/entrepreneurial skills, whilst focussing on syllabus outcomes for the ‘host subject’ area, whether it be science, technology or language studies. There is also a copy of annotated process on how such projects can be facilitated. Another video lists of the types of programs that operate around the world.
Description of how learners can present their enterprising/entrepreneurial skills in a captivating idiosyncratic manner, demonstrating they can 'Talk the Walk'. A sample passport is available.
Review Reflection Generalisation
Summary of the role of R&R plays in turning experience into learning, along with a list of strategies and advice for facilitating processes.