A Coggle Diagram about Rawhiti
(Reserve Bank has a museum and teaching. resources
, SCAMPER is a way of looking at changing a product
, Parent community experts in innovation and enterprise. Andy Campbell (Eloise Campbell's dad) is a very innovative designer and product tester.
, Industries and how they meet the needs of the [community.] [Futureintech] send ambassadors and resources/posters
, Use the parental resource within the school: careers in enterprise and sole proprietors.
, Exploring how (any why) local companies can design a product and getting it made on the cheap in China. Looking at the pros and cons - how it affects the environment, employment, etc.
, Trade and [Enterprise] Looking at import/exports(https://www.nzte.govt.nz/)
, App design - how do Apps make money?
, The global / local connections... Customs, currency, etc. Global trade agreements.
, The concept of money - it's worth and how it became legal tender - it is a representation of gold. This novel
, Why isn't all toilet paper made from recycled paper? Look at Sanfran: it's a plastic bottle- and plastic bag-less city
, An EBIS Dragon's Den: further from Anna's idea with identifying gaps in the market: Students go through a finals process for fundraising ideas and the school "invests" in the winners' ideas.
and Online trade - BITcoins, Etsy, Trademe, etc.
), Nga hau e wha
( (School fair? This could be linking financial literacy (Maths) and fundraising also.
and researching other varieties of markets/festivals i.e Frank kitts, Xmas markets, gypsy fairs, local community/suburban markets, Newtown fair, Tapu Te Renga etc and how they promote sense of community experience as well and economic growth. (or 'Hands Market' in Golden Bay where they trade skills/produce as well as/instead of cash.)
), (School Production and how this promotes our school not only to contributing schools but also around the local community. Links with literacy, teaching through inquiry, visual & performing arts, design spec, music, dance & drama.
), Ecological sustainability. Innovation focusing on using existing resources/recycling/up-cycling to promote being more responsible and conscious consumers. Using entrepreneurial skills in order to promote more sustainable ways of doing things.
, Entrepreneurial skills used to promote charitable organizations (e.g. opportunity for animals) where the aim is to aid in a sense of community and connect with our EBIS values of Respect, Whanaungatanga, & Success.
, Entrepreneurial skills used to promote local features of our community (e.g. museums, art galleries, churches, swimming pools, community centres, lawn bowls, ASB etc) where the aim is to aid in a sense of community and connection with our EBIS values of Respect, Whanaungatanga, & Success.
, Something like what Phee did in R12 with Banqer e.g. renting their desks, earning money, etc.
, Yr 6 induction programme (in particular SPEC/music/dance/drama/inquiry learning areas) and how this promotes our school not only to contributing schools but also around the local community. How does greater publicity impact on school funding? i.e. possible greater numbers of students from contributing schools, therefore greater student numbers for EBIS, possibility of more funding, creating more variety of opportunities for EBIS students, attractive greater variety of teachers with different skill base etc, etc...
, Could the kids do some sort of work experience?
and Consumer rights
, Problem Solving
, What is Service Learning? Edutopia
, Economic systems - capitalism, communism,etc.
, Piktochart Ways students can present their inquiry
, Links to members of the wider community who have their own enterprise, and share their learning journey.
, Enterprise as a real life learning experience
and Big Idea: Our future depends on us being innovative and entrepreneurial
(How does innovation become a tradable resource
, Why does one national economy affect others?
, How are local and global communities connected through enterprise. Not just trade
and :recycle: :
) and Tonga
( ( ( ( (Entrepreneurial Parents/Whanau
and Decisions affect (cause and effect)
), Idea: students could identify a gap in the market or a need in the community and design and develop a product or service or 'outcome' to fulfill the 'need'/'gap'. They then could design an innovative advertising campaign (which could possibly focus on User Experience?) and/or produce the product or outcome or carry out/ offer the 'service'
, Inter-class bartering for products or services
, Ethical trading
, GM - Ethics
and Forest and bird
) and Supporting charities
), What can the students give back to the community?
, How can we make improvements around school?
and Trade between NZ and other countries