What entrepreneurs can teach educators

01/28/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Teachers can adopt six entrepreneurial skills to become more effective, educator Katrina Stevens writes in this blog post. Among the skills are to take initiative in solving problems, develop an online professional learning community and partner with a mentor. Stevens also recommends teachers properly collect data and pilot programs, ensure a program is successful before rolling it out districtwide and commit to being lifelong learners.

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