Howard Frederick writes: In my teaching I have always sought ways to make my students more ‘enterprising’, in the personality mind-set sense. This means from Art to Zoology, every student can create an (ad)venture, be it social, environmental, business, or whatever.
They move from engaged to empowered. They become problem-solvers. They grow more empathetic. . . . They remain curious. They develop a maker mindset. They define themselves as problem-solvers.