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Monday, April 10 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
This Class is a Business?- Entrepreneurship In Action

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This session will provide participants with a curricular and instructional framework to create a CTF aligned course that will allow them to authentically integrate entrepreneurship into their school community. Archbishop Joseph MacNeil School in Edmonton, Alberta, has created and implemented a Business and Innovations program (for junior high) that immerses students into the business world. Through design thinking, students create products or services, a marketing and business plan, and ultimately run a site-based small business. The objective of this session is to support school leaders looking to enrich their community through an engaging 21 Century program.

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Keri Cyr

Learning Coach/Student Advisor/JH Teacher, Edmonton Catholic Schools
Keri Cyr has a passion for educational programming that provides student engagement through hands-on, real world experiences. She believes that entrepreneurship programming provides our youth with an opportunity to not only imagine future career possibilities but to live them. Keri has a broad, multi-grade teaching background with additional knowledge and experience in entrepreneurship. She is currently nurturing future entrepreneurs - living her... Read More →
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Michelle Grattan

Jr. High Business & Innovation/Art, Archbishop Joseph MacNeil School
As an educator with thirty years of experience, I have learned that the key to inspiring a love for learning is relevancy and innovative thinking. I have a dream job that allows me to give students a creative platform to explore their passions and connect to the world around them.


Monday April 10, 2017 3:45pm - 4:45pm
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