Episode 21

Published on:

18th Mar 2024

Struggling to get kids active? This fun project creates structure for students and saves time for teachers (work-life balance in education)

Have you ever wondered how to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset in young students?

Teagan Raines did just that by introducing her grade school students to the world of entrepreneurship. Through a unique project, Teagan empowered her students to create and manage their own small businesses, igniting their passion for innovation and problem-solving from an early age. But how did she do it, and what were the results?

In this episode, discover the three key benefits of integrating entrepreneurship education into the classroom:

1. Empowerment: Learn how teaching entrepreneurial skills early can empower students to be innovative, resourceful, and resilient.

2. Practical Skills: Explore how hands-on experiences in budgeting, marketing, and customer service prepare students for real-world challenges.

3. Mindset Shift: Understand how embracing failure as a learning opportunity fosters curiosity, creativity, and perseverance in young minds.

Ready to unlock the potential of young entrepreneurs? Tune in to this episode to learn how Teagan Raines' innovative approach to education can shape the future leaders of tomorrow.

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About the Podcast

Teacher Tales: The Teacher’s Guide to Overcoming Burnout & Time Management
Why is burnout destroying education? Many educators feel like support is waning and the situation is only getting worse.
This show is for exhausted educators who realize change is necessary to carry on in the field they love without sacrificing the life they live.
This show will teach you actionable steps to help you overcome burnout before it's too late, give you practical advice on how to avoid the pitfalls of being an educator, and help you uncover essential skills needed to be successful in the changing world of education.
Through parent calls, countless emails, and pointless meetings; Tony lives the difficult life of being a teacher, rather than waiting for help he's decided to use his experience (and the experience of others) to bring the help that's desperately needed to his fellow educators.
Tune in every Monday and Thursday for impactful insights into overcoming burnout in the time it takes you to get ready for work.
The answers you're looking for start with Episode 1, where it all begins.
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Anthoney Franklin

Host of the Teacher Tales Podcast: the teacher's guide to overcoming burnout and time management.
Gifted teacher and communicator.