I have an idea! Get started and get involved at school and at home

On May 12, IDÉE entrepreneurial education presented “I have an idea! Entrepreneurship and Commitment at School and at Home ”, an initiative that allows parents, daycare educators and teachers to carry out an innovative education project allowing young people to experience different types of education. entrepreneurship.

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On May 12, IDÉE entrepreneurial education presented “I have an idea! Entrepreneurship and Commitment at School and at Home ”, an initiative that allows parents, daycare educators and teachers to carry out an innovative education project allowing young people to experience different types of education. entrepreneurship.

As Mr. Rino Lévesque, founder and leader of the organization, mentions, the positive impact of entrepreneurship on motivation and commitment is undeniable. Entrepreneurial education idea facilitates the realization of an entrepreneurial project, whether at school or at home. All you need to do is register on the website sentreprendrealecole.ca or sentreprendrealamaison.ca so that young people can discover the different challenges to be met. A team of “Édupreneurs” is available to answer questions from young people by chat and support material is offered to guide them in their process. Currently, young people can learn about entrepreneurship under 4 themes:

#1: How to support the elderly people around us?

#2: How can I help my family adjust?

#3: What could you do to actively participate in meals and feeding for yourself, your family and others?

#4: How to consume responsibly towards our environment?

It is already possible to see some projects carried out by students from all over the Francophonie. To support you, you can also participate in virtual talks.

During the launch, Mr. Carl Ouellet, president of the Association québécoise du personnel de direction des écoles (AQPDE), reminded us that this turbulent period we are going through requires a great deal of resilience and, at the same time, invited us to innovate and doing otherwise. For Mr. Ouellet, the role of a school principal is to offer young people and school teams opportunities for personal and professional development. To do this, he spoke of the importance of supporting them by setting up conditions that favor the implementation of common projects such as those proposed by IDEA entrepreneurial education. For him, entrepreneurship must be experienced voluntarily and generate pleasure!

For its part. Mr. Kévin Roy, president of the Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ), took advantage of this launch to salute the immense work of school staff and school boards in the current context and underlined the importance of being able to count on top of each other. For him, this initiative makes it possible to simplify the life of parents and proposes concrete projects which put into practice the learning of young people. Parents also appreciate initiatives that showcase the creativity and natural talent of their young people.

"The establishment of I have an idea ! Get started and get involved at school and at home has very short-term objectives to help define the new educational model, currently alternating between school and home, that Quebec will have to imagine and adopt in the coming months. But we also have a long-term aim, to register this project as a social project, where the young people of today will be able to undertake, engage, undertake, innovate and contributing to the collective good through conscious entrepreneurship, ”concluded Jean-Sébastien Reid, senior director of the project.

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Stéphanie Dionne
Stephanie Dionnehttp://ecolebranchee.com/famille
Stéphanie Dionne is director of development and partnerships, facilitator and speaker. It contributes to the influence of players in the education sector and its ecosystem. In addition, it supports parents, teachers and workers in a mentality of co-education in order to allow young people to become fulfilled citizens in the digital age.

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