In our previous post, we introduced the idea of measuring student accomplishments in entrepreneurship education through badges rather than traditional grades. Badges are earned as students accumulate points by completing a set of defined activities, each related directly to course subject matter. Instead of passing READ MORE
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Making the Grade in Entrepreneur Education: How Badges Work
Bring on the Badges: An Innovative Approach to Teaching Entrepreneurship
In our previous post, we talked about the unique challenges of teaching the basic principles of entrepreneurship to art students. With those challenges in mind, Venture Highway is exploring a new learning model that utilizes an innovative badge grading system. It’s a way for students to READ MORE
Teaching Entrepreneurship: Blending Art and Business
I recently returned from the annual meeting of the USASBE (United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship), held this year in Fort Worth, Texas. And I came back with a renewed appreciation of the challenge of teaching entrepreneurship to young artists. I’ve long believed READ MORE
Most Startups Should Be Deer Hunters
Mark Suster recently published a great blog post with the same title as this post – Most startups should be deer hunters. You can read the full post from Mark HERE. He does a great job laying out what many of us have told READ MORE