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The Entrepreneurship for Kids Program is approved by the Israeli Ministry of Education and it appears on its approved programs stock. Details about the entrepreneurial program are available on the website of the Ministry of Education - The number of the program is The recommendations on the program are available here.
The program includes a variety of modules from the entrepreneurial arena, and practices in developing entrepreneurial competencies in children and nurturing the strengths of each of them. The program is fitted for the k education system and can be applied in schools independently after training.
Click here to read about it in detail. The purpose of the program is to educate our future generation and allow them to gain the knowledge and the skills for success and the ability to understand and deal with our changing world of labor.
Two "Amirim" groups, one of the fifth-grade students, and the other of sixth graders will participate in a weekly entrepreneurship class led by teacher Dana Amitai. Once students develop entrepreneurial thinking, they are expected to plan and implement social initiatives.
North Star School in Ashkelon The "North Star" school in Ashkelon under the direction of Sherry Plum aspires to nurture students with life skills who know how to fulfill themselves.
The students will learn to recognize needs and opportunities to improve their immediate environment, and will initiate projects at school accordingly. Deputy Director Odelia Sinai sought to integrate the entrepreneurship program at school.
The second and third graders will learn the skills of the entrepreneur, while the fourth and sixth graders will begin with the first module of the program which will expose them to different types of projects and develop entrepreneurial thinking in them.
Later in the program, the students will execute their projects, with the guidance of their educators. At school, teachers, students and parents are involved in entrepreneurial activities. Etti reached Galit Zamler following her desire to nurture students who speak the language of entrepreneurs, in order to teach them entrepreneurial skills and make them understand what is needed of an aspiring entrepreneur.
The perception is that these skills will empower students and will serve them later, nowadays everyone needs to know how to be innovative as the world is changing, and professions are disappearing, while others are being created, and these skills will enable them to succeed in whatever path they choose.
The entire staff of the school undergoes training in imparting competences and soft skills to students, taken from the world of entrepreneurship. Osishkin School in Ramat HaSharon The Osishkin school in Ramat Hasharon continues headed by Mali Moadim, understands the importance of entrepreneurship education, hence chose to continue with our program for children after a break of one year.
This year, too, the teacher Miri Molcho will teach a selected group of students the "Young Entrepreneurs" course.
The entrepreneurship lessons will be taught by Liran Orgal-Yanai and Shirley Nizri, who have already been trained and are ready to begin teaching the program. The program is taught by two groups of students, one of the seventh grades, and the second from the eighth grade, in two hours a week throughout the year, under the guidance of teacher Shai Abramovitch and accompanied by the social coordinator Yosefa Salomon.
Eighth graders have already been exposed last year to entrepreneurship studies, and this year they are expanding their knowledge in the field. By the end of the year, the two groups will submit proposals for projects following a process of identifying needs and identifying opportunities.
Each group will then plan and execute with a business plan, a social venture and a business venture. After a year, in which the entire school staff participated in an institutional training course led G.
Zamler, the teachers will continue to teach students entrepreneurial competencies next year. These are life skills that will allow each student to find and express his or her strengths, and thus in the future, to create a variety of opportunities for success in our dynamic work environment.
The students acquire entrepreneurial skills by participating in entrepreneurial activities, such asdeveloping projects based on their ideasworking in teams and making products that they present on a record day, as well as planning and implementing social projects to improve social life within the school and in the community in general.
Gordon primary school in Kfar-Saba, under the leadership of Gila Ben-Yosef, participated in an institutional training course on entrepreneurship education in the school framework. The course was led by Galit Zamler and since then the school has been using the knowledge and lesson plans that were received.The first images of the Chinook wreckage were revealed today, at the same time five more American troops were killed in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb that exploded in the southern part of the country.
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Students in China and Hong Kong study the Israeli entrepreneurship program. A company from Hong Kong bought the rights to teach and distribute the program, Entrepreneurship for Kids (EFK) to children in China and Hong Kong at an Entrepreneurship Summer Camp (ESC) and after-school activities.
The Writing Prompt: Take an event from history and write a fictional account describing a conspiracy theory about what "REALLY" happened.
Or, if you prefer, write a scene about a character who believes in one or more conspiracy theories. It’s back-to-school time. Time to write THAT letter again.
The letter to my child’s new teacher that explains why our family bans homework.. That’s right. I care about my children’s learning. That’s why I believe tree forts win over homework.