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October 17, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Experiential learning is highly engaging for students. This presentation features PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs, a real-world project that helps grades 4-8 students become design thinkers by creating their own business ventures. Students conceptualize product ideas, complete market research, make prototypes and finalize their products to sell at a school-based sales event. They also learn about social responsibility by donating a portion of their profits to charity.
This is a practical In-Service for educators that plan to use the program in their classrooms. Teachers will learn how to:
- Engage students of varying abilities with project-based learning techniques.
- Align with the new curriculum & integrate into different subjects.
- Make ADST meaningful & relevant.
- Help students develop a growth mindset.
- Support students in self-directing & assessing learning.
- Inspire learners to actively develop core competencies in order to achieve their goals.
Participants will receive the resource package at the session.
Bill Roche specializes in designing turnkey standards-based resources related to entrepreneurship, financial literacy and social responsibility for K-12 classrooms. His highly engaging learning model makes it easy to differentiate instruction for diverse groups of learners. Over the years, Bill has supported a variety of BC school districts with the implementation of entrepreneurship and financial literacy education. With an energetic and entertaining style, he captivates his audiences and inspires with real-life stories that feature practical, easy-to-implement solutions for the classroom.
This workshop is for SD35 staff only.