“Get to failure fast” is a rallying cry among entrepreneurs, but generally not educators. Failures allow entrepreneurs to uncover areas for improvement in their business model. This discovery process of learning from defeat is essential for entrepreneurs as they develop their business. Can this practice be transferred to the classroom? Hear how experiential learning allows teachers to guide students through the process that ultimately teaches them how to learn from failure in and out of class.
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