Teresa Chahine shares about teaching social entrepreneurship in two worlds on episode 161 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
There is definitely a mental barrier between traditional charity and traditional commerce.
Social entrepreneurship is everything that lies between charity and commerce.
If you’re giving people money, you’re not actually changing the status quo, you’re helping them endure the status quo.
Teaching, practice, and research all inform each other.
Embrace failure as part of the process.
- Master of Public Health: Sustainability, Health, and the Global Environment
- Social Franchising Article
- Amy Collier on Not Yet-Ness
- Food Truck Film: Soufra and the Refugee Food Truck
- Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship* by Teresa Chahine
- Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher* by Stephen Brookfield
- Alfanar Campaign
- 292: How to Solve a Really Big Problem, Coaching for Leaders episode with Teresa Chahine
- Seth Godin’s Post: Like Riding a Bike
- Getting Beyond Better* by Roger Martin and Sally Osberg
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