How Our Programs Work for Teachers
BizWorld.org offers hands-on, engaging programs that teach students the skills they need for a successful future. All of our programs teach valuable lessons about entrepreneurship, business, and financial responsibility while emphasizing the importance of 21st century skills like collaboration, critical thinking, leadership, and creativity. In each program, students work in teams to solve real-world problems.
BizWorld.org programs are used by students in grades 3-8 in classrooms around the world. Not a classroom educator? That’s okay; BizWorld.org programs can also be used in other settings such as gifted and talented classrooms, after-school programs, summer camps, and enrichment programs.
Learn About Our Programs
To learn which BizWorld.org program is right for your students, read more about any of our programs: BizMovie, BizWorld, BizWiz, and the Impact Challenge.
Receive A Program
Once an order is placed in our store, your curriculum kit will be sent to you. BizWorld.org programs contain all materials needed to teach, so you’re ready to start teaching as soon as you receive it.
Students take Pre-Assessment
To assess how much your students have learned, all of our programs include a pre- and post-assessment. Before teaching begins, have students take the pre-assessment (found in the Educators Portal). By submitting this valuable information to us and our donors, you are helping to keep program prices low for educators like you!
Teach the program
Now you’re ready to start teaching your program! All lessons are clearly laid out in the Educator Portal or Teacher Manual you received. If you need help throughout the program, check out our online resources or contact us.
Students take Post-Assessment
After you have completed the program, all students will take the post-assessment found in the Educator Portal. Within the Portal you will be able to see the students' post scores.
Tell us what you think!
We are constantly updating our materials and adding resources thanks to the input of educators like you. We also love to hear stories from the classroom; please share them with us! We'd love to hear from you on Facebook, Twitter or our blog!