One of the most prominent EdTech players globally, Kidspreneurship, claims to have integrated an ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset Programme’ into its curriculum. An official statement said that the platform aims to redefine the landscape of entrepreneurship education in schools.
The Kidspreneurship Entrepreneurial Mindset Programme has been designed to cultivate entrepreneurial thinking in K-12 students. According to an official statement, this programme integrates into school curricula, providing students with the essential skills, creativity and problem-solving abilities necessary for thriving in today’s ever-changing world.
Following the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, this programme aims to assist schools in integrating creative and critical thinking into their educational approach, thereby reducing an overemphasis on theoretical academic concepts. This platform claims that this initiative aims to offer various engaging components, such as interactive online modules, educational games, real-world case studies, industry challenges, quizzes, assignments and invaluable mentorship opportunities, the statement further mentioned.
Commenting on the latest development, Founder & thinker-in-chief Kidspreneurship, Swati Gauba, said:
Our mission is to ignite the entrepreneurial spark in young minds and prepare them for a future where adaptability and innovation are paramount.
Its primary goal is to ignite a passion for students to uncover their entrepreneurial potential, nurture leadership qualities and acquire a deep comprehension of financial literacy—all presently absent from the school curriculum.
Kidspreneurship empowers students with the entrepreneurial mindset and skills they need to succeed in the 21st century. Its Entrepreneurial Mindset Programme (EMP) is a comprehensive, whole-school transformation model and process designed by entrepreneurs, educators, socio-emotional learning coaches, and industry experts. The EMP includes 40 key modules, over 120 videos, worksheets, and a platform allowing students to participate in challenges and upload their projects. The programme can be covered over three years and is designed for K12 students. Headquartered in Singapore, the company is committed to making its programme accessible to all students and offers licenses of its EMP to schools across the world.