Presentation on theme: "Enterprise 4U A practical half-day introduction to enterprise education for Key stage 4 staff."— Presentation transcript:
Enterprise 4U A practical half-day introduction to enterprise education for Key stage 4 staff.
What is enterprise? In groups of four or five, design a poster that depicts an enterprising person. Highlight any key characteristics and personal qualities.
takes the initiative to make things happen solves problems creatively manages autonomously takes responsibility for, and ownership of, projects sees things through from start to finish networks effectively to manage interdependence uses resources creatively and innovatively uses judgement to take calculated risks seeks and grasps opportunities. An enterprising person:
‘The ability to handle uncertainty and respond positively to change, to create and implement new ideas and new ways of doing things, to make reasonable risk/reward assessments and act upon them in a variety of contexts, both personal and work.’ Learning to be enterprising (Ofsted 2005) What is enterprise?
‘Enterprise is purposeful, active behaviour which can take place in any number of contexts. Enterprise is making things happen, having ideas and doing something about them, taking advantage of the opportunity, and bringing about change.’ Paul Kearney, Teacher (1994)
Your enterprise profile Imagine you’re on holiday lying on the beach and reading your favourite magazine, when you come across an intriguing questionnaire. Complete the questionnaire. Score your answers and plot your profile.
Creative Bathroom Company Design your own bathroom. Think of 30 ways to improve the bathroom!
Which activity was easier? What skills have you developed? Can you transfer the technique of ideas generation to other activities? Creative Bathroom Company