- Take the personality test at 16personalities.com and review the results.
- Go to the following link and find the entrepreneur (or celebrity) who matches your personality: bit.ly/2FSlRFU.
- Go to office.com and log in. The username is email@example.com, replacing with your own student number and the password is the same one you use to log in with school PCs.
- Include the following slides for the rough copy:
- Title Page: entrepreneur’s name, personality code, your name, your block
- Two Slides: Who is your entrepreneur (i.e. basic stats)? What is he/she famous for? What business and/or company is he/she involved with? Do a bit of research using other online sources.
- One/two slides: What are your entrepreneurs’s strengths?
- One Slide: How might you become a successful entrepreneur, given your personality, skills, interests, networking and other strengths?
- Complete the rough copy, focusing mainly on content, by next class. You will have 5-7 slides in total. You will also have another class to focus on layout (i.e. how it looks) before the assignment is due.
- Next Class: Modify your PowerPoint to meet the Tips for Effective Presentations (bit.ly/2FSnAuJ).
Welcome back to a new school year! Hope everybody had a safe and relaxing summer but now ready to grind our gears!!!
Mr. Kam’s Schedule in Room 142 (unless specified otherwise):
- Block 1-1: Programming 11/12, Applied Digital Design 11/12, Digital Media Development 12
- Block 1-2: Programming 11/12, Applied Digital Design 11/12, Digital Media Development 12
- Block 1-3: Computer Studies 10 (formerly Programming 10) and Info Tech 9
- Block 1-4: Computer Studies 10 and Info Tech 9
- Block 2-1: Marketing and Entrepreneurship 8 (Business 8)
- Block 2-2: Marketing and Entrepreneurship 8 (Business 8)
- Block 2-4: Career-Life Education (formerly Planning 10) in Room 135
- Tutorial (8:35 – 8:55) by Appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Day 1/1A and Day 2: Room 142
- Day 2A: Room 134
- Block 2-3 in Room 134
- Heads Up: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/heads-up (Season 6)
- Free Toes: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/freetoes (Season 7)
- Ten Tree Apparel: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/ten-tree-apparel (Season 7)
- Hope Blooms: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/hope-blooms (Season 8)
- UndrTheRadr: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/undrtheradr-ringtones (Season 8)
- Snug-Vest: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/snug-vest (Season 9)
- Kids Can Cook Gourmet: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/kids-can-cook-gourmet (Season 10)
- Carly and Charley’s Odd-Sox: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/carly-and-charleys-odd-sox-project (Season 11)
- Nagi Cosmetics: http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/pitches/nagi-cosmetics (Season 12)
I would like to take this time to welcome you back to a new school year and to welcome you to our course website.
This year, I am extremely excited to teach Business 8, Programming 10-12, and Planning 10 and to learn the names of all the new faces at Kitsilano Secondary! 😮 This is my first year at this school but I have over 10 years of classroom teaching experience from John Oliver and Windermere Secondary School, where I have taught business education, computer science, digital media and mathematics. I look forward to get to know all of you better.
In addition, if you are interested in starting a school club or team, come see me. I am a strong believer of building strong student leadership through community involvements and initiatives. In the mean time, please make sure to bookmark and check this website regularly because its contents get updated regularly. 🙂
– Mr. Kam
Social Media: http://facebook.com/kamsensei
Imagine that you and your business partners inherited $100,000 from one of your distant relatives. In the will, it states that the money must go towards starting your own business. In trios (or pairs in exceptional cases), generate a couple of business ideas for a retail store across from the school. It should cater to other high-school students (or specific groups of high school students). Continue reading
Vancouver will have more than 15,500 tech job openings between now and 2019, a recent report shows, which will intensify an already competitive job market that has companies fighting to attract new talent and keep employees from heading south of the border. Continue reading
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