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Experiential Classroom - Becoming a Great Entrepreneurship Educator

  • 1.  Experiential Classroom - Becoming a Great Entrepreneurship Educator

    Posted 18 days ago

    As entrepreneurship education becomes more multifaceted, comprehensive and experiential, the demand for high quality educators continues to grow. The question concerns how to help prepare these individuals --- how to get them familiar with methods and practices of teaching, curriculum design, core content of courses, and emerging principles, tools and frameworks. Many could also use more exposure to the use of cases, business models, simulations, field projects, vidoes and related experiential teaching tools. 

     

    The Experiential Classroom is a rigorous clinic to help faculty new to entrepreneurship and those attempting to re-tool or introduce new approaches. Our first twenty-three offerings received outstanding reviews (let us know if you would like to talk to previous delegates). The clinic lasts three days, and is delivered by the top entrepreneurship educators in the country. It is a content-rich program, and introduces a number of highly effective, state-of-the-art approaches. 

     

    The Experiential Classroom XXIV will be offered at the University of Notre Dame from September 12-15, 2024. Enrollment is limited to 75 delegates. The tuition has been held constant at $1800 for many years, and we have a limited number of partial, need-based scholarships provided by the U.S. Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship (USASBE).

     

    For more information or to apply, go to:

    https://mckennacenter.nd.edu/global-programs/entrepreneurship/experiential-classroom.

    Please give us a call at (574) 631-9880 or email us at mmorri24@nd.edu if you have questions.



    Michael H. Morris, Ph.D.
    Professor, Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation
    Editor, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship
    Keough School of Global Affairs
    3169 Jenkins-Nanovic Halls
    University of Notre Dame
    South Bend, Indiana   46556
    Ph.:  574-631-9880