Students are viewed as containers that must be filled with such information. Students who are better able to assimilate the contents, will draw better grades and they will have better opportunities to aspire to a good job when they arrive at the end of the conveyor belt of the 12 years of school. With this approach, it is unlikely that the child develops entrepreneurial skills since they essentially require be allowed to explore, develop their own ideas and experience on its own. A course full of children that explore and experience individually would be a nightmare for a teacher! How can parents encourage the entrepreneurial skills of their children? To be able to complement the academic education of their children with an education that fosters entrepreneurial skills, parents should inspire children to explore and develop their own projects, although they are not included in the curriculum of the College. Let them pursue their individual interests, but not see them much future for now. Remember that the learning process is much more important than the final product. The child must work individually, on its own initiative, with enthusiasm and dedication.
Allow a space of time in which their children can develop what is in his heart. Encourage them to experiment. Support them and help them to acquire a vision for what you could achieve with some talent or skill. It is important that parents transmit them understanding and support when a child takes in a project on its own, rather than repress it because it hasn’t done its task. Parents who require a good school performance above all else should question if not they will be drowning a passion that has great potential for the future of their children. Investors or indebted? If your children finish school without knowing carry a checkbook, organize a budget, learn about the power of compound interest and do not know how to invest what they earn, they have a large gap in their education.