Being an Entrepreneur in Your Classroom

Eugene Kaufman
22 Jun 2019
11:30 am - 12:15 pm

Being an Entrepreneur in Your Classroom

Nothing turns off college students as fast as another boring class. Whether the class is delivered through an online or on-site modality, faculty who cannot make the learning experience be invigorating and exciting will have higher rates of student apathy, drop rate, and dissatisfaction, while having a lower rate of student-knowledge retention. During this short hands-on presentation, Dr. Eugene Kaufman will demonstrate how to be a “faculty entrepreneur” inside a classroom, regardless of the teaching modality, for the purpose of creating a positive, exciting learning environment that will lead to positive outcomes including higher knowledge retention by students, lower student course drop rate, and overall happier students. Dr. Kaufman will share latest research to support his techniques, as well as numerous cases from his own teaching experiences. The audience will be active participants in this fast-paced, fun, hands-on presentation.

Presented by: Eugene Kaufman, University of Phoenix