Oxford economists predict that almost half of existing jobs are at risk of death by computerisation within 20 years.
It’s time we ask practical questions.
Who are the youth today and what do they truly need?
Are we preparing our students for the future?
You’ve likely experienced the outcome of young minds that ideate, solve, test and push the boundaries. There is a multitude of grants, funding, and opportunities for entrepreneurs as young as 16. For better or worse, they innately understand Big Data as they continually tweak what works to garner more followers on Snapchat or likes on Instagram.
They are better risk-takers than adults.
The Entrepreneurial Toolkit is segmented into practical lessons that include augmented reality crash courses for you and your students. Each unit is self-contained with key learning concepts, hands-on activities and real-life attestations from entrepreneurs under the age of 20.
The teacher toolkit contains: