Research cited by the World Economic Forum indicates that 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist. Come explore what this means for education and learn how to integrate concepts and activities into your classroom that can help prepare students to successfully adapt to change.


Entrepreneurial education helps students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, innovative and creative mindset, evidence-based decision making skills, leadership, teamwork and communication.

Learn new methods of teaching

Differentiate your instruction

Twelve (12) clock hours of continuing education credits

Expand your professional network

June 20-22, 2018


Day 1

5:30 Welcome reception, opening remarks & networking

Day 2

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Session I – Teaching in a classroom with MICE (Mindfulness, Innovative, Creativity & Entrepreneurship)!

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Session II – Overcoming implementation challenges by DESIGN

4:00pm- Introduction to the Classroom Innovation Challenge

4:30pm – Team activities and 1-on-1 mentoring sessions (Venture Development Center will remain open until 9:00pm)

Day 3

8:00am breakfast

9:00 Session III- Life’s a Pitch

11:00 – Team presentations

12:30 Lunch (highlighting several existing opportunities to bring MICE into the classroom)

2:00 Wrap up & awards

Instructors Include:

Dan Freeman Ph.D.-Founding Director, Horn Program in Entrepreneurship

Tony Middlebrooks Ph.D.-Director of Graduate Students, Horn Program in Entrepreneurship

Register by April 1 for a $100 discount!