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TEDx Talk on Teaching Arts Entrepreneurship via Games

Check out my TEDxSMU talk on teaching arts entrepreneurship through games. Some of the games on this blog are explained (and offer fun results) and some interesting data presented. Here is a link to that TEDx Advertisements

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Taking Stock

It is easy to feel as though you are just treading water and not moving forward. In order to keep our spirits up, maintain a healthy perspective and persevere, it is important to… Continue reading

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Persona Ideation & 3 Ideas

In my own classroom, I have found remarkable results. I conducted this exercise over a week with a wide range of cross-disciplinary students in multiple classes. This is what I found: Continue reading

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Superhero Powers

By identifying one’s “superhero” skills, students learn what assets they have as creatives and in what ways they can use them to provide income or create an entrepreneurial endeavor. Continue reading

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Daydream for Inspiration

In this exercise, students learn to develop their imaginations through active and willful imagining, through daydreaming. Continue reading

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Tiered Structure of Giving

In this exercise, arts entrepreneurship students learn to create a tiered structure of giving for fundraising purposes. Continue reading

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Defense of Plans

In this in-class exercise, students develop an ability to intelligently and thoughtfully address their concepts (and consequently come to understand them better) before a litany of responses and questions. Continue reading

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