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									            Wisconsin’s Vision for
         Entrepreneurship Education
Framework                Action Plan   Self Assessment



 Monday, July 30, 2012
                                        • 51% would like to start their own
What                                      business someday

                                        • 58% believe it is “difficult, but possible”
does the                                  to start their own business


world of                                • 26% want to set their own career path

                                        • 86% agree that entrepreneurship should
work look                                 be taught in school


like to a                               • 46% respectively believe the best time
                                          to learn to be entrepreneurial is during
                                          K-12, college, or post secondary
teenager?
                                           Survey results courtesy of Junior Achievement—www.ja.org




Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
                                 • Assembled January 2009

 Entrepreneurship                • Three meetings resulted in the following:

                                     • The principles of good entrepreneurship
    Task Force                         education highlight good teaching and learning
                                       practices across the curriculum and age
                                       groups.

                                     • School communities are encouraged to create
                                       an environment for teaching and learning that
                                       nurtures entrepreneurial traits and behaviors.

                                     • Elements of entrepreneurship education are
                                       reinforced by other school improvement
                                       efforts such as Partnership for 21st Century
                                       Skills, Career Clusters and Pathways Initiative,
                                       the Wisconsin Task Force on Arts and Creativity
                                       in Education and the High School Task Force
                                       Report.


Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
     Wisconsin’s Vision:

     The three resources…



     The Framework
     The Action Plan
     The Self Assessment


Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
 The Framework




Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
                                                           Purpose Building
                                      Provide leadership and structure that supports entrepreneurship
                                       Classroom and Teacher               School and District
 The Action Plan                              Authentic and Experiential Learning
                                       Teach courses based on           Plan curriculum
                                        developed curriculum              development where
                                                                          standards from multiple
                                                                          sources are linked

                                                              Structure
                                  •    Use role models and       •        Use role models and
                                       mentors in the classroom;          mentors; develop a
                                       encourage teachers to              teacher mentor program
                                       participate in mentoring           within the school/district
                                       programs

                                            Teacher and Administrator Leadership
                                       Participate in teacher           Consider employing
                                        externships                       teaching staff with
                                                                          entrepreneurial
                                                                          experiences and diverse
                                                                          backgrounds

Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
  The Self Assessment
                            Section one…Key questions and potential examples of
                            success offer an invitation to determine progress.



                            Section two…Use this section to pinpoint where in the
                            district curriculum or classroom units these skills and knowledge
                            are introduced, reinforced, and assessed, as well as, where
                            additional activities, units, or curriculum may be necessary.




                            Section three…This section can be used as a discussion
                            tool for planning a thoughtful map for a teacher and/or district.




Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education
     Find Resources online…

            www.dpi.wi.gov/entre


            Education Communications Board




              Contact: sara.baird@dpi.wi.gov for more information
Monday, July 30, 2012   Wisconsin’s Vision for Entrepreneurship Education

								
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