Bringing Entrepreneurship to K-12 Academia
Typically reserved for higher ed institutions, innovation centers and maker spaces offer high school students the opportunity to develop portfolios that prepare them for success post-high school. These facilities are the next frontier in building usable skills for K-12 students, and helping them become the next generation of professionals for 21st century opportunities. Speakers offer unique perspectives on creating educational programs/facilities that foster student entrepreneurship.
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- Speakers will demonstrate how to create educational programs & facilities that establish student/community relationships and foster entrepreneurship.
- Speakers will illustrate examples of facilities applicable to this form of K-12 learning.
- Attendees will recognize ways of incorporating these facilities and teaching methods into their own curriculums and districts.
- Stuart Brodsky, Senior Vice President, CannonDesign
- Kerry Weig, PRINCIPAL, ARCHITECT, INVISION
- Cindi McDonald, Superintendent, Waukee Community School District, Waukee Community School District
- Student Participant in Waukee Innovation and Learning Center/Aspiring Professional Experience (APEX) program at Waukee High School see first name, Student, Waukee Community School District
Bridget Supplitt, Communications Mgr, Education, CannonDesign
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