Each Tuesday, USASBE explores bold teaching and learning in entrepreneurship to help educators like you answer the eternally frustrating question, "What do I do to create a more engaging classroom?"
Teaching Tuesday is a product of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), an inclusive community advancing entrepreneurship education through bold teaching, scholarship, and practice. For more information, visit us at www.usasbe.org.
Experiential Entrepreneurial Learning with Maria Ballesteros-Sola
“If you are online, you are already out of the building,” says Maria Ballesteros-Sola. Maria suggests that experiential entrepreneurial learning may not be more difficult online. Hear why on this episode of the Teaching Tuesdays Podcast
Micro-credentialing with Steve Gedeon
After experiencing a demand among students for more entrepreneurial activities and lessons in and out of the classroom, Ryerson University started a micro-credentialing system that builds into greater credentials for students. Learn more in this week's Teaching Tuesdays Podcast.
Preconceptions of Entrepreneurship Students and How That Impacts Their Learning and Ability to Succeed as an Entrepreneur with Todd Fernandez
What are your students' preconceptions about entrepreneurship and how does this impact their ability to learn? We discuss the answer to this question in this week’s USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast. Hear the conversation between host Michael Luchies and Todd Fernandez here.
Teaching Entrepreneurship to Under-Resourced Populations with Zen Parry
In this week’s episode of the Teaching Tuesdays Podcast, we speak with Zen Parry about teaching entrepreneurship to under-resourced communities. It was an eye-opening conversation to say the least. Zen shares why she quit trying to teach and decided to start learning from them instead.
Mega-Enrollment Courses with Chris Pryor
Can you imagine teaching an entrepreneurship course with 100 students? How about 800? In this episode of the Teaching Tuesdays Podcast, we speak to the University of Florida’s Chris Pryor, who teaches entrepreneurship 800 students at a time. You’ll learn about the benefits and limitations of mega-enrollment courses, along with Chris’ advice for you.
Benefits of Integrating a Podcast into an Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Listen to this special episode of the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast to hear from The University of Tampa’s Dr. Rebecca White, who discusses the En Factor Podcast and the benefits of integrating a podcast into entrepreneurship curriculum.
Check out the En Factor Podcast here: https://www.enfactorpodcast.com/
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The John J. Kahl, Sr. Chair in Entrepreneurship, John Carroll University
It's really hard to lead a class that is engaging, that gets students learning by doing. Heidi provides some amazing advice and exercises to help any faculty make that a reality.