Welcome to Education for Enterprise (E4E)
Enterprising learners lead enterprising lives. An enterprising approach to learning develops enterprising, successful New Zealanders. Enterprising learning is relevant and authentic. Community partnerships are central to enterprising learning.
Information and ideas for principals and school curriculum leaders:
- Why focus on E4E?
- Becoming an E4E school
- Implementing E4E
Classroom teaching and learning resources, and inspirational stories:
- Primary and secondary resources
- Enterprising attributes
- The NZC and E4E
Productive partnerships with mutual benefits and gains:
- What would my organisation get out of E4E?
- How does E4E engage with the community?
- What business leaders say
And so having community partners and commercial people that we can tap in and bring in the expertise that we didn't have is absolutely vital. Schools are never going to have all the expertise they need and we need to have the opportunity of going out into the community to bring it in and help us out.
Alan Parris, Whangarei Girls’ High School
News and latest content
Teaching and Learning Guidelines 2011 - Business Studies Added 09 September 2010
Senior Secondary Teaching and Learning Guidelines are available to support curriculum teaching and learning in business studies. ... Continue reading »
Classroom resources for primary and secondary school teachers, plus templates and tools for school leaders.
Two Auckland high schools have developed a unique approach to teaching and learning about business and enterprise:
Teaching and Learning Guidelines for business studies are now available in final draft for planning purposes.