Social Entrepreneurial Attitude

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Social Entrepreneurial Attitude

Social Entrepreneurial Attitude

Reinventing Schools

Who are affected?

Social Entrepreneurial Attitude is defined as an individual or group who is willing to pursue an innovative idea that will have the potential to solve a community problem. These individuals are willing to take risks and put the effort forth to create the positive changes in society through their initiatives. For many, this task is daunting because it takes someone to come up with a highly motivated, low cost ways for students to learn at a larger scale. These individuals must be willing to reinvent, collaborate, and personalize learning that starts from questions and problems.

Teachers can work together to give students the tools and skills needed in the new line of education and academics. Education needs to be "reinvented" to create a successful student and citizen. The information provided will give such an understanding.


Defined as....

Schools in the United States can be reinvented to better serve students by making teaching and learning.... -very personalized -highly collaborative -technology and project oriented -learning starts with questions, problems, and projects and not in knowledge in curriculum

In order for U.S. schools to foster Social Entrepreneurial attitudes in students, we must reinvent, collaborate, and personalize learning in inexpensive ways. When this attitude takes effect, everyone including students, teachers and communities are affected. Reinventing schools requires personalized, collaborative, project oriented, technological, learning approaches. Teacher leaders can empower students by pursuing professional development and keeping their instruction centered on students.




Everyone, from students, to teachers, and communities, will be affected by a shift to a social entrepreneurial educational attitude. Teachers will become models and guides of the educational process, rather than disseminators of rote knowledge. Students will shift into the role of teacher as we shift to a peer to peer model of learning in the developing world. Lastly, communities will drastically be affected because under this new educational model, education will be centered on learning through the act of doing and producing things needed in society.


Give students the empowerment meant to send them into a globalism education field. As a teacher leader, there are opportunities to learn from others and meet new people in and out of the education field. Attending district meetings and workshops outside the normality of the classroom may create ways to collaborate and interact with other teachers and administrators. Teacher leaders can participate in professional organizations and attend national conferences. Through discussions at these events, knowledge is professional which I pass on to teachers in my school.

What can teacher leaders do?



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