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Ice Cream Sundae

The Ice Cream Sundae activity allows your students to practice calculating COGS and Price and Profit.

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  • schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Ice Cream Sundae The Ice Cream Sundae activity allows your students to practice calculating COGS and Price and Profit. https://teacheverywhere.org/activity/ice-cream-sundae/
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The Subscription Box Design Project

The Subscription Box Design Project is a fast-paced project leading students through the design thinking process.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM The Subscription Box Design Project The Subscription Box Design Project is a fast-paced project leading students through the design thinking process. Students pair up, show and tell each other about their boxes, ideate, and make a new solution that is “useful and meaningful” to their partner. This activity leads students through a rapid, full-cycle ofhttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/the-subscription-box-design-project/

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The Codec

The Codec can help you and students remember all the important points from any activity, simulation, field trip, etc.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM The Codec The Codec can help you and students remember all the important points from any activity, simulation, field trip, etc. It also has the added function of connecting those experiences directly to the Foundational Values and Economic Principles of the Youth Entrepreneurs curriculum. For YE purposes, think of The Codec ashttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/the-codec/

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John Stossel’s “Greed”

Is greed good? John Stossel dives into answering this question in this 6-part video series, connecting with individuals across the country and how self-interest impacts their lives.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM John Stossel’s “Greed” Is greed good? John Stossel dives into answering this question in this 6-part video series, connecting with individuals across the country and how self-interest impacts their lives. Students will be challenged to consider whether greed is bad or if humans acting out of self-interest is good.https://teacheverywhere.org/activity/john-stossels-greed/

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Business Model Canvas

The Business Model Canvas gives the student the structure of a business plan without the overhead, allowing quick understanding and ease of change.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Business Model Canvas The Business Model Canvas gives the student the structure of a business plan without the overhead, allowing quick understanding and ease of change.https://teacheverywhere.org/activity/business-model-canvas/

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Pitch It

The purpose of Pitch It is to help students experiment with different product or service concepts and then try to convince customers to choose their idea based on the perception of value.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Pitch It The purpose of Pitch It is to help students experiment with different product or service concepts and then try to convince customers to choose their idea based on the perception of value. This activity requires students to be creative, think quickly, and be persuasive. Pitch It affords students the opportunityhttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/pitch-it/

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Ice Cream Sundae

The Ice Cream Sundae activity allows your students to practice calculating COGS and Price and Profit.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Ice Cream Sundae The Ice Cream Sundae activity allows your students to practice calculating COGS and Price and Profit. This activity will build upon that foundation by adding in labor costs and sales projections.https://teacheverywhere.org/activity/ice-cream-sundae/

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I, Pencil

I, Pencil offers teachers the opportunity to reiterate many of the themes of the market and economics, but with a specific emphasis on the market process, the invisible hand, spontaneous order, and voluntary cooperation.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM I, Pencil I, Pencil offers teachers the opportunity to reiterate many of the themes of the market and economics, but with a specific emphasis on the market process, the invisible hand, spontaneous order, and voluntary cooperation. The key text for this lesson is Leonard Read’s “I, Pencil” essay, which helps demonstrate howhttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/i-pencil/

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One Red Paperclip

The story of One Red Paperclip is that of Kyle MacDonald, who bartered his way from a single red paperclip to a house in a series of fourteen online trades over the course of a year.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM One Red Paperclip The story of One Red Paperclip is that of Kyle MacDonald, who bartered his way from a single red paperclip to a house in a series of fourteen online trades over the course of a year. Kyle’s story illustrates how decision rights, personal choice, subjective value, voluntary exchange, and markethttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/one-red-paperclip/

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Alphabet Soup

The purpose of Alphabet Soup is to reinforce the importance of a recognizable logo.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Alphabet Soup The purpose of Alphabet Soup is to reinforce the importance of a recognizable logo. A logo is a recognizable graphic design element adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniforms, locations, etc. Often this includes a name, symbol, or trademark. Logos come in two basic forms: Abstract symbols: likehttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/alphabet-soup/

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Zip Code Lookup

Zip Code Lookup is a way for teachers to not only discuss what a market analysis is with students, but also for students to conduct a brief market analysis of their own.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Zip Code Lookup Zip Code Lookup is a way for teachers to not only discuss what a market analysis is with students, but also for students to conduct a brief market analysis of their own. This lesson gives you the opportunity to talk to students about conducting research using the internet.https://teacheverywhere.org/activity/zip-code-lookup/

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Foundational Values Face-Off

All Foundational Values are important – No single value is more important than the others.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM Foundational Values Face-Off All Foundational Values are important – No single value is more important than the others. However, if you were forced to choose, which Foundational Value would you rank as the most important? In Foundational Values Face-Off, the values are pitted against each other in a bracket-style showdown with students narrowinghttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/foundational-values-face-off/

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100 Entrepreneurs

This activity allows students the opportunity to independently research an entrepreneur from history who made an impact on their community, economy or the world.

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schedule 07/14/20 08:00 AM 100 Entrepreneurs This activity allows students the opportunity to independently research an entrepreneur from history who made an impact on their community, economy or the world. The students are encouraged to use creativity to create a collage of images and words to describe their respective entrepreneurs. Finally, the students will present ahttps://teacheverywhere.org/activity/100-entrepreneurs/

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