Doris talks w/ Renee Bischoff, Director of College Counseling at Hawken School. Renee discusses the impact the entrepreneurship program has had on students.
Doris & Alison examine the growth of the entrepreneurship education movement and how the needs of educators and the approach to training them have changed.
Alison and Tim reflect on the 2016 Hawken Educators Workshops, and discuss how the needs of the attendees have changed as education continues to evolve.
Doris hosts a live panel discussion at the 2016 Cleveland Hawken Educators Workshop with returning attendees Jeremy Wickenheiser, Mel McGee & Sarah Jensen.
Tim & Alison discuss how their entrepreneurship students shift from presenting content and begin developing strategic communication & storytelling skills.
Doris explains the process for building a pilot program first in order for educational innovations to take hold and create systems change in schools.
In this episode, Doris discusses the state of the American educational system with acclaimed film maker and author, Ted Dintersmith.
Doris describes the Hawken Entrepreneurial Studies class from the student perspective. She explains how this style of “learning by doing” is different.
Doris talks to Steve Blank-Stanford professor & creator of Lean LaunchPad about students learning creative problem-solving in K12 entrepreneurship education
Steve Blank interviews Doris Korda for “Entrepreneurs are Everywhere.” She shares her experience as an immigrant, engineer & entrepreneurial educator.
Alison Tanker’s background in social entrepreneurship, international development, female empowerment & entrepreneurship education led her to Hawken School.
Tim Desmond explains the path that led him to the Assistant Director position at the Miller Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at Hawken School.
Doris elaborates on the shift in the workplace where employers increasingly value collaboration skills over the possession of content knowledge.
Doris Korda & Alison Tanker discuss Hawken School’s Entrepreneurial Studies program & its radically different method for entrepreneurship education.