To help students stand out and be successful, many business education teachers are turning to new certification options. As a provider of business education curriculum, educators often ask AES for recommendations on certifications other teachers integrate into their programs. The Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) certification offered by Certiport is one popular certification business teachers like you have shared with us.
To help students highlight their skills and abilities and prosper in their careers, many teachers prepare their students to take the Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) certification.
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As a high school entrepreneurship teacher, you have the opportunity to inspire learners to pursue successful careers in business. You want to offer your students compelling, creative lessons, projects, and activities that will help them understand the role and challenges of the entrepreneur and prepare them for the opportunities of today’s business workforce.
High school business education teachers have an interesting mix of courses to teach.
The startup billionaires like Facebook, Twitter, and Groupon dominate the business headlines. Could you do a better job with your entrepreneurship lesson plans? What's the best way to teach entrepreneurship to high school students? Let's start by looking at the traditional methods. After that I will share a few videos and concepts that will blow your mind.
Is entrepreneurship essential in an intro to business lesson plan? Are there lesson plans that blend both together? The answer to both questions is the same — yes! So where do you find the resources that’ll help you teach entrepreneurship, especially as an extension of intro to business? These are three of the best resources to teach entrepreneurship in an introduction to business class: