I support my students in their activities and reflection process


This section provides students with the support they need to take action, experiment and give concrete shape to their ideas.

Students meet partners who will acquaint them with issues in their community. Depending on students’ areas of interest and abilities, and the personal challenges they will face, they are invited to find solutions to the needs that have been identified.

After reaching a consensus on an innovative response, the students will have to plan their project, confirm its feasibility and carry it out. Milestones for the project need to be established. Beginning with the first meeting with partners, relevant discussions should be noted or recorded for reference.

Suggested resources are available for you to support your students in carrying out their projects (goods, services, events).

Entrepreneurship program

Links to the program provide you with an opportunity to familiarize yourself with its content.

Entrepreneurship program

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  • Characteristics of an entrepreneurial project, p.13)
  • Competency 1 (Program, pp. 14-17)
  • Competency 2 (Program. pp. 18-21)

Classroom organization and pedagogical context

Here you will find relevant information and tools that you can use to organize your classroom and your entrepreneurial projects.

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  • Connections to the community (Program, pp. 11-12)

Meaningful, Open-Ended and Complex Learning and Evaluation Situations

Suggested activities and tools are made available, some of which are taken from two learning and evaluation situations (available unabridged under sections 2 and 5). Graphic organizers are also included. Here you will find a variety of information on how to use them. All of these activities, tools and graphic organizers facilitate the development of the two competencies while helping in the planning of learning content appropriate for your students. These elements are associated with the learning and evaluation situation. Please note that it may not be possible to find elements relating to every phase of the process.

Profile

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  • Identifying the community’s needs, a first draft of your entrepreneurial profile (.doc, PDF pp. 14-15)
  • EN-GO – What Inspires Me?  (.doc)  (PDF)
  • EN-GO – Q3 – The 3 Questions of Information Gathering (.doc) (PDF)
  • EN-GO – Reflecting on How to Exercise Critical Judgment (.doc)  (PDF)
  • Implementation (.doc, PDF p. 17)

Plan

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  • Business services (.doc, PDF p.17)
  • Work schedule (.doc, PDF p. 8)
  • Marketing (.doc, PDF p.11)
  • My personal planning (.doc, PDF p. 16)
  • EN-GO – Project Planner (.doc) (PDF)
  • Planning and implementation (.doc, PDF p. 7)
  • List of resources (.doc) (PDF)
  • My responsibilities in this new project (.doc) (PDF)
  • Human resource management (.doc, PDF p. 14)
  • EN-GO – Creating a Different Path (.doc)  (PDF)

Proceed

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  • EN-GO – Common Threads  (.doc) (PDF)
  • EN-GO – Discussing With Others (.doc) (PDF)
  • EN-GO – A World of Possibilities (.doc) (PDF)
  • EN-GO – We Disagree…Now What? (.doc) (PDF)

Ponder

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  • Concept of community (.doc, PDF p. 12)
  • Finding solutions (.doc, PDF p. 13)
  • Presentation of the project (.doc, PDF p. 6)
  • Entrepreneurial indicators  (.doc, PDF p. 18)
  • Regulate your project based on entrepreneurial indicators (.doc) (PDF)