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This video by QUT’s Dr James Davis connects entrepreneurial thinking to the Australian school curriculum.

In Australia, our teachers are required to design, deliver, and assess learning via the Australian Curriculum. As you will find in this course, entrepreneurship is not subject-specific. It can relate to many areas of teaching. This is because its primary benefit relates to general capabilities that cut across all subject areas.

In the context of the Australian Curriculum, we have highlighted three of the seven general capabilities that specifically relate to entrepreneurship:

Three icons representing creative thinking, collaboration, and ethical balance
© Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) 2010 to present, unless otherwise indicated.

In this video, I will explain why you are so important in teaching entrepreneurial thinking to our current and future students.

If you’re not an Australian teacher, tell us how entrepreneurial thinking fits in with your national or local curricula.
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