New World of Work: 21st Century Skills through Entrepreneurship Education

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  • Feather River College was required to complete a skills panel for Entrepreneurship as part of an EWD grant. This presented an interesting dilemma because
  • New World of Work: 21st Century Skills through Entrepreneurship Education

    1. 1. FUTURE Forward Now – New World of Work: 21st Century Skills through Entrepreneurship Education - New World of Work: 21st Century Skills Schulz, through AmyBaldwin,Director, CTE/EWD, Feather RiverSystems Entrepreneurship EducationCollege David President, Aquarian Technology October 14, 2013
    2. 2. Learning Objective 1: Gain strategies to make the case for entrepreneurship education and its role in 21st Century Skills development Learning Objective 2: Contribute to idea sharing to integrate the panel's findings into entrepreneurship education Learning Objective 3: Make meaningful connections with other session participants and broaden their resource network
    3. 3. Background of Project: What is a Skills Panel? Skills panels create a business-driven forum to solve workforce problems in a particular industry by encouraging companies, who might otherwise be in competition, to collaborate on identifying the critical skills needed by their employees. – California Community College Economic & Workforce Development http://cccewd.typepad.com/ewdblog/2012/05/the-innovations-of-skills-panels.html
    4. 4. Skills Panel Methodology 1. Retain a Futurist 2. Research future work and entrepreneur trends 3. Invite the panelists- mix of entrepreneurs, HR professionals, educators, students 4. Frame the discussion with an overview of future trends 5. Ask a couple of questions and let the fun begin 6. Find ways to incorporate results into instruction
    5. 5. Inspiration from Institute for the Future’s Future Work Skills 2020 Davies, A., Fidler, D., & Gorbis, M. (2011). Future Work Skills 2020. Institute for the Future for University of Phoenix Research Institute. Palo Alto, CA
    6. 6. Heimstra, G. (2013, June 4). How You Will Work in the Future. In Co.Exist/ideas + impact. http://www.fastcoexist.com/1682195/how-you-will-work-inthe-future.
    7. 7. Knowledge Jobs Information Technology Jobs Managerial, Professional and Technical Jobs Workforce Education Immigration of Knowledge Workers Migration of U.S. Knowledge Workers Manufacturing Value Added High-Wage Traded Services Atkinson, R. D., & Stewart, L. A. (2012). The 2012 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation in the States. December 2012.
    8. 8. Globalization Foreign Direct Investment Export Focus of Manufacturing and Services Atkinson, R. D., & Stewart, L. A. (2012). The 2012 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation in the States. December 2012.
    9. 9. Economic Dynamism Job Churning Fast Growing Firms Initial Public Offerings Entrepreneurial Activity Inventor Patents Atkinson, R. D., & Stewart, L. A. (2012). The 2012 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation in the States. December 2012.
    10. 10. The Digital Economy Online Population E-Government Online Agriculture Broadband Telecommunications Health IT Atkinson, R. D., & Stewart, L. A. (2012). The 2012 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation in the States. December 2012.
    11. 11. Innovation Capacity High-Tech Jobs Scientists and Engineers Patents Industry Investment in R&D Non-Industry Investment in R&D Movement Toward a Green Economy Venture Capital Atkinson, R. D., & Stewart, L. A. (2012). The 2012 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation in the States. December 2012.
    12. 12. 3 Skills Panels Later… 1. 2. 3. 4. List of Top 10 Skills Curriculum and methodologies to incorporate findings Partnerships established A team of budding futurists
    13. 13. Top 10 Skills/Themes Self-Awareness Social/Diversity Awareness Resilience Empathy Adaptability Communication Skills Collaboration Digital Literacy Entrepreneurial Mindset Analysis/Solution Mindset
    14. 14. Self-Awareness
    15. 15. Social Diversity Awareness
    16. 16. Resilience, especially after failure
    17. 17. Empathy
    18. 18. Communication
    19. 19. Adaptability
    20. 20. Collaboration, in person & virtually
    21. 21. Digital Literacy
    22. 22. Entrepreneurial Mindset
    23. 23. Analysis/Solution Mindset
    24. 24. A Few Solutions for Today’s Students Experiential Learning Internships 21st Century Skills Curriculum Entrepreneurship Education Methodologies Systems change: Linked Learning Need your help for more…
    25. 25. What role does Entrepreneurship Education play in training the future workforce? • Give specific examples of how entrepreneurship education incorporates skills/themes and adjust to future work trends • Share best practices & pedagogies that address emerging work trends
    26. 26. Facilitated Small Group Discussion 1. In groups of 4-6 people, answer the questions through discussion 2. Record answers on post-it notes provided 3. Please include your name on post-its 4. A group spokesperson will report findings and process
    27. 27. Thank you for your contributions today! For more information or results of today’s discussion, please contact: Amy Schulz, aschulz@frc.edu, (530) 283-0202 X358 Dave Baldwin, dbalwin@aquariansys.com, (419) 884-6110

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