How does one learn to be a great teacher of entrepreneurship? What are the best practices in teaching, pedagogy, and both curriculum and program design? How does one master leading edge practices in experiential learning? What role do co-curricular programming and community engagement play in the educational experience?
To address these critical questions, we are pleased to announce that Oklahoma State University and the University of Florida will host the Experiential Classroom XIV from September 26-29 in Gainesville, Florida. Enrollment is limited to 70. The program features the master educators in the field and a number of entrepreneurship thought leaders. A number of USASBE partial scholarships are available.
For more information or to apply, you can go to http://entrepreneurship.okstate.edu/riata/classroom/. If you have questions, contact Michael Morris at email@example.com or 405-744-5357.