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  • Start at 5:00- 9:30 cover AMP
  • My goals for the students on this project
  • Not a recipe to follow - encouraging divergent thinking RSA “ Changing Paradigm” at 7:35 – 9:40
  • Video chats with webcams built into most laptops
  • Corona for more sophisticated programmers
  • Go through features inside the File-> Info section especially Prepare for Sharing Why pdf is a more standardized format requiring less from the reader ePortfolio collections of documents. Have an Adobe X example (UPDATE TO Adobe X Reader software on machine).
  • Now , at no cost to you, there are video materials, slide shows, online support personnel. Students begin to identify their learning styles and seek out the appropriate type of materials which make THEM EFFICIENT LEARNERS. Not every student uses every resource.
  • Create student entrepreneurs v4

    1. 1. CREATING STUDENT ENTREPRENEURS Kendall E. Martin, Ph.D. Amit B. Singh, Ph.D. 1
    2. 2. THINKDREAMINSPIRE
    3. 3. To Create an Entreprenuer,MOTIVATE
    4. 4. DRIVE• Daniel Pink
    5. 5. SCIENCE ON ENGAGEMENT SAYS:
    6. 6. ENGAGED CLASSROOM • Teamwork and Inter-team work • Communication at a distance • Presentation skills • Writing and review • Soft skills • Link projects to higher Purpose6
    7. 7. MAPS TO MOTIVATION Autonomy •Teaming Mastery •Skill sets recognized as valuable Purpose •Topic of personal relevance •Topic of institutional relevance7
    8. 8. THINK
    9. 9. CREATE: DIVERGENT THINKERS
    10. 10. STRATEGIES • Worst into Best exercise • Shadow a consultant and report back with analysis paper • Outside speakers • Make projects available to outside world10
    11. 11. DREAM
    12. 12. REQUIRES TIME • “no time to dream” • Must be built into class • A dream is a success not a failure12
    13. 13. FAILURE RESUMECreativityRulz “…to craft a résumé that summarizes all their biggest screw ups — personal, professional, and academic. For every failure, each student must describe what he or she learned from that experience “ demonstrate that failure is an important part of our learning process, especially when you’re stretching your abilities, doing things the first time, or taking risks
    14. 14. PROTOTYPE• Mock App• What kind of app was needed in 1941?• Create a prototype and have students write content for it
    15. 15. INSPIRE
    16. 16. CES COURSES AND PROGRAMS• Certificate program• Non-Credit courses/programs
    17. 17. BUSINESS INCUBATOR• Ten office spaces - $250/month• Initial licensing agreement for one year• Business Plan needed to apply
    18. 18. SERVICESMENTORINGExternal Partnership Agreements with: The Small Business Administration (SBA) SCORE - Counselors to America’s Small BusinessMentor Program CES Advisory Committee Members & SCORE membersBUSINESS SERVICES• Copy machine; mailbox; receptionist; computer; phone, conference room
    19. 19. STUDENT CES • Adrienne Reynolds • M-Cubed22
    20. 20. GUEST • Bring in guest virtual or live • Incubator resident • College Environment • advantages • challenges • possibilities23
    21. 21. RESOURCES• ITunes U : • Tina Seelig @ Stanford • “What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20”• Eileen Kierney PBK• CES24
    22. 22. TO CREATE STUDENT ENTREPRENEURS…. • Autonomy / Mastery / Purpose • Divergent Thinking • Dreaming • Role Models • Possibility25
    23. 23. CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION @ • kmartin@mc3.edu • ATC 305 • CES Wednesday Noon26
    24. 24. SEELIG1) Every problem is an opportunity for a creative solution. Attitude is everything and you control yourattitude.2) The harder you work, the luckier you get. You need to put yourself in a position to make yourself lucky.3) Find the intersection between your interests, your skills, and the market.4) Try lots of things and keep what works. it around the lake without falling down. He replied, "if youarent falling down, youre not trying hard enough."5) You dont have to wait to be anointed.6) Dont burn bridges.7) You can do it all, just not all at the same time.8) Its the little things that matter most. Look people in the eye. Sit up straight.9) When you are a team, the key is making everybody else successful.10) Never miss an opportunity to be fabulous. This is not a dress rehearsal.

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