Best Practices Resources for Faculty

Innovation FundEntrepreneurship Experiential Education Program

Faculty Best Practice Resources

About Entrepreneurship Education
Lorain County Community College seeks to champion entrepreneurship education across the curriculum as part of its new Entrepreneurship Experiential Education Program, in support of the College Foundation’s Innovation Fund.

This Web page presents best practice resources and ideas for curriculum design, teaching and instruction, and integrating experiential education concepts into the classroom.  If you would like more information on how to promote entrepreneurship in your class, please contact Marcia Jones, Work-based Learning Coordinator at mjones@lorainlccc.edu

Entrepreneurship Education and Curriculum 

Entrepreneurship Teaching & Instruction

The following instruction resources are prepared by National Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education.

Entrepreneurship Teaching Cases

Entrepreneurship Resources at LCCC

Entrepreneurship Policy, Advocacy, and Information Organizations

 

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