Virtual Continuing Education Credit Course for Educators
This class is for educators who are interested in learning more about Marketplace for Kids and the innovation opportunities it provides for students, particularly students in grades 4, 5 & 6. This course will provide a background for the Marketplace for Kids program, including an overview of the resources, activities, and teaching strategies.
Class instruction will consist of an introductory session that includes information on the background and history of Marketplace for Kids, entrepreneurship, inventivity (the power of creative imagination), the Marketplace for Kids website, the online learning site (an invitation to join this site will be emailed to you following the initial Introductory Class) as well as other resources available for exploration, discovery and teaching. The resources and activities are aligned with ND Standards and Benchmarks and the National Entrepreneurship Education Standards.
*Marketplace for Kids will REIMBURSE the Cost of 1 Credit Upon Completion of the Course Up to $55.00*
PARTICIPATING COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
*Mayville State University*
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REQUIRED CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD BELOW:
CREDIT VERIFICATION FORM
CREDIT VERIFICATION FORM SAMPLE
CREDIT REIMBRUSEMENT FORM
Outreach and technical assistance is provided to teachers and students, school districts, consortium of schools, youth organizations, and associations interested in Youth Entrepreneurship. These sessions are FREE and can be scheduled in person or virtually through our office at: 1-701-242-7744 or 1-855-434-5437.
Standards and Benchmarks
Our standards and benchmarks identify how our program aligns with educational outcomes at both the North Dakota state and Federal levels.
This document was produced in conjunction with the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education.
The Project Learning Guide encourages students to stretch their thinking in more creative, divergent ways to solve problems, and create new ideas. By providing hands-on and experiential learning opportunities, the Learning Guide helps foster a lifelong learning mentality. Entrepreneurial skills will begin to grow at the elementary school level and continue into adulthood.
Many of the activities in this Guide give the students opportunities for brainstorming. This is simply a way to accomplish divergent thinking (coming up with many possibilities) rather than convergent thinking (finding the one right