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Georgia Southern University

2016

Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education

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The Efficacy Of A Model Rubric To Enhance Experiential Learning In An Entrepreneurship Course: A Case Study, Douglas W. Glass, Earl Wayne Freeman Mar 2016

The Efficacy Of A Model Rubric To Enhance Experiential Learning In An Entrepreneurship Course: A Case Study, Douglas W. Glass, Earl Wayne Freeman

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Current research suggests that college entrepreneurship courses tend to be abstract and lack concrete experiential elements that encompass the total entrepreneurial experience. Using an 18-point model rubric, this case study will detail how to incorporate semester-long functional small businesses, within limitations, that enhance and stimulate the learning experience. Important to this rubric has been an integrated business program in which previous courses teach needed skills in the areas of economics, accounting, finance, marketing, and management. The rubric is used as a tool against which learning is measured and pushes the students toward discovery of entrepreneurial engagement. Appropriate models/ systems per ...