Congratulations go out to the faculty and students involved in these efforts to support and drive the entrepreneurial mindset among classes, curricula, institutions, and communities!
Please enjoy the full interactive report below, or scroll for the highlights and stories of the work KEEN has accomplished during the 2019-20 academic year.
Faculty are the conduit for entrepreneurially minded learning. By learning more about the framework and how to apply it, faculty are empowered to pass that learning on to students and also leverage the concepts beyond the classroom.
Entrepreneurial mindset modules and course updates start students on the path of developing an entrepreneurial mindset. Embedding these concepts throughout the curriculum drives up the value, paying dividends as students develop a habit of thinking entrepreneurially.
Here is the content-related activity on Engineering Unleashed, as well as the 2019-20 online community activities:
Students are our inspiration. Developing new opportunities for students to understand impact and value in turn inspires them to dig deeper and develop lifelong practices around creating value.
Part of what makes entrepreneurially minded learning (EML) so sustainable itself is its immediate and ongoing value. Whether you’re translating curiosity to lifelong learning, showing students the importance of customer needs, or providing practical lessons that encompass KEEN ideals, infusing EML into your classes and curriculum increases the value of your graduates and yields the strong outcomes you want.
Incorporating entrepreneurial mindset into the culture leads to sustainability. KEEN Partners mention the entrepreneurial mindset and KEEN in a variety of artifacts and activities on campus.
KEEN Partners look beyond: They develop a vast array of modules and materials while balancing scalability and keeping the needs of the consumer always in the forefront. And they don’t do it alone, welcoming cross-collaboration opportunities and creating a living community of entrepreneurially minded learning.
“Sharing is caring” isn’t just a coined phrase. KEEN Partners live it, inspiring others with their sincerity, expertise, and appreciation for the value of EML. The result is seeing faculty, staff, students, and communities become partners in fostering shared success.