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.
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Best USASBE.org podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best USASBE.org podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
Updated April 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has unquestionably changed up higher education's content delivery model. In this episode Doan Winkel and Eric Liguori talk about what it means for entrepreneurship education and offer some key points to consider as you covert your classrooms online.By Usasbe.org
Looking for a way to engage your students in a risk-free, life-like startup environment? Hear Marketplace Business Simulation Founder Ernie Cadotte talk about the importance of simulations and what they are able to provide to entrepreneurship students in this episode of the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast.…
Learn about the Prototype-It Challenge from Babson's Erik Noyes on this week’s episode of the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast. “The 75 minute exercise essentially convinces them that they're capable prototypers at the end of the session, and then they just put that knowledge into action.” -Erik Noyes…
This week learn more about the USASBE Teaching and Learning Scholars Program from program lead and cohort 1 alumnus Jennifer Capps! The T&LS program is a high-impact program to help you take your classroom to the next level!By USASBE.org
Hear how Emma Fleck helps her students break through creativity suppression and think out of the box. As she puts it, “be creative with purpose.” Embrace your inner super hero! On her Superhero exercise, Emma states, “The most important part of this is the reflection.” Students discuss how they are able to be more creative without boundaries and co…
Two years ago USASBE launched it's official journal, Entrepreneurship Education & Pedagogy (EE&P). Listen to Interim Executive Editor Christoph Winkler provide details on the journal and why and how to get involved in this episode of the Teaching Tuesdays Podcast.By USASBE.org
The Direct Selling Education Foundation (DSEF) Fellows Program has over 220 Academic Fellows from various disciplines. Hear Nancy Laichas and Kimberly Harris Bliton discuss the program and the resources they provide to fellows in this episode of the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast.By USASBE.org
Shelby Solomon took his interest in reality television and turned it into a classroom activity that he incorporates into business and entrepreneurship courses. Hear about his AYTO activity and how to use it in your classroom here on the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast.By USASBE.org
Peter Cortle joined us on the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast to discuss how Startup Tree (StartupTree.co) is helping entrepreneurship programs track and improve their results. Hear Peter chat with host Michael Luchies in this week’s episode. “We try to provide the tools that they can leverage to make what they do (entrepreneurship programs) more …
Cheryl Bodnar joins the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays Podcast to discuss gamification in entrepreneurship education and how and why to bring games into your classroom.By USASBE.org
Looking to get your students to think creatively? Dr. Jeff Stamp gets his students to think creatively with an exercise using Pringles cans.
What happens when you give groups of students $10 and tell them to earn as much money as possible? Learn about a bold first-day activity you can use in your entrepreneurship education course from Dr. Doan Winkel. “I expect them (students) to have bad ideas, which is part of the learning...try them out so you can get to the better ones.” -- Dr. Doan…
Who you are impacts how you teach others about entrepreneurship. Discover how to understand yourself better and improve as an entrepreneurship educator by listening to the USASBE Teaching Tuesdays interview with author and educator Colin Jones.By USASBE.org
In this episode, Grant Allard will share his experience navigating the challenges of a transdisciplinary approach to entrepreneurship. He discusses how he brought together people from across campus and engaged them in entrepreneurship, the Convergence event that occurred, and what he learned through this journey about engaging a variety of stakehol…
It is important to bring other voices into your classroom, to enhance the student experience and give them different perspectives, and more resources. This episode talks about how to increase your network, so you in turn can increase your students' networks by bringing more resources into your classroom.…
Students (and educators) need to be working on bigger ideas, to create more engaging classrooms. Learn about an approach and a suite of tools that are enabling a generation of educators (and their students) to think (and execute) bigger.By USASBE.org
In any classroom there are two dancers - the educator and the learner. Join Col Jones as he shares his perspective on who these dancers should be, how this dance happens, and how educators can create powerful learning and growth opportunities for their students.By USASBE.org
Entrepreneurship curriculum often skirts around topics of finance and financial management. Jeff and Jose argue that these concepts should be central to any entrepreneurship curriculum, and that before students start learning about and building business models, they need a strong foundation in finance. They share their experience developing and del…
Entrepreneurship is happening all across college campuses, but is usually concentrated in the business school. This week's guest highlights the value that the arts community on a college campus brings to the entrepreneurial ecosystem.By USASBE.org
Gamification can bring your classroom to life. Learn powerful tools and techniques to create engaging learning experiences for your students.By USASBE.org
A growth mindset is critical for entrepreneurial success. Jeff Pollack shares his approach to developing this essential tool in his students.By USASBE.org
Bring imagination, creativity, and entrepreneurial problem solving to your students with these exercises.By USASBE.org
What is USASBE, why are we talking about entrepreneurship education, and how do we create more engaging experiences for our entrepreneurship students?By USASBEUSASBE.org