ISA ACTIVITIES (SUBMISSION FOR 2023 APPLICATION)

DEVELOPING ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS IN THE 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS

MR. SOLOMON OLALEYE

29 – 01 – 2024

02 – 02 – 2024

Business Studies, Design, Economics and Enterprise.

In this activity, students were engaged in the production, branding, marketing, usage and charitable distribution of liquid soap. The activity was designed to provide hands-on experience for students in business, creativity and community engagement. The activity empowered our students with essential entrepreneurial skills such as creativity, team work, problem solving and social responsibility. By producing and selling liquid soap, students learned practical business concepts and also contributed positively to the local community.

1. The aim of this activity is to empower the 21st century learners with entrepreneurial skills through the production and sales of liquid soap, by engaging the learners in the entire process from production to marketing and to charitable giving to the local community.
2. The aim of this activity is to foster creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and business acumen in the learners. 

1. Students developed a deeper understanding of entrepreneurship through real world application, gaining confidence and competence in business related activities.
2. Students experienced the positive impact of entrepreneurship on community development and social welfare by participating in charitable giving of soap to the local community.
3. The activity promoted team work, leadership and effective communication as students collaborated on various aspects of the project from production, to branding, marketing and usage, as well as distribution to a local community

1. A high level of students’ engagement and active participation was observed throughout the entire process from production to selling.
2. The liquid soap products created by the students exhibited a high level of quality with attention to detail in formulation and packaging.
3. The students embraced feedback from the teachers in charge and made necessary adjustments to ensure that the soap meet the standard of excellence.
4. Students effectively used a marketing strategy known as word of mouth advertising to attract customers during Enterprise Day in school.
5. The charitable distribution of liquid soap to the local community was successful

1. Community impact assessment: Feedback was received from a member of the local community where students donated the soap to.
2. Feedback from parent: The soap was given to a parent to use, after which a feedback response was received from the parent and it was very positive.
3. Students Feedback: One of the students in the production process also gave a positive feedback on lessons learnt during the process.
4. There are picture evidence and video evidence that show the entire process.


ISA Young Person Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: 

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills in the 21st Century Learners

YEAR GROUP: 14 – 16

DATE: 29 – 01 – 2024

I enjoyed the mixing process best. It felt good and satisfying to see all the different materials come together to form liquid soap.

I learnt that all the different materials have different stages at which you put them in. Mixing them at the wrong time can result in a totally different substance on its own.

We encountered difficulty when mixing the soap after letting it set on the second day. We didn’t mix the materials enough therefore resulting in many lumps in the soap mixture.

If I did his activity again I would like to ensure the materials are well combined to avoid lumps and wastage.


ISA Teacher Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: MR. SOLOMON OLALEYE

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills in the 21st Century Learners

YEAR GROUP: 14 – 16

DATE: 29 – 01 – 2024

The activity provides learners with practical experience in entrepreneurship. The learners learnt how to make a product (soap), manage resources and market the products. The activity also impact the critical thinking skills and ability to make informed decisions in learners. The learners also learnt importance of collaboration.

By getting involved in this activity, I learned new innovative teaching method and strategy in terms of facilitating hands on learning experience and integrating real world experience to meet the diverse needs of learners. I had the opportunity to engage in a collaborative learning environment with my students in the production process. This has contributed to my professional growth.

This activity had a great impact on the school by promoting civic engagement among students, thereby contributing to a sense of social responsibility and collective impact. The activity has enriched school learning environment by offering hands on experimental learning opportunities. It has also help to foster a culture of innovation, collaboration and sustainability that enriches the educational experience of students in school.

The most effective part of this activity for me is the integration of core competencies such as communication, problem-solving, critical thinking and collaboration among learners In the soap production process. The least effective part of the activity was less markets access. This is because selling soap products created by students may encounter challenges related to market access, distribution channel and consumer demand. I hear by suggest that for future production, more markets should be assessed for distribution.

Supervising soap production as an ISA activity has been an enriching and transformative experience for me as a teacher. It reaffirms my passion for experiential learning, entrepreneurship education and student-centred learning. I am grateful for this opportunity to empower my students to think creatively, act entrepreneurially and make meaningful contributions to the community.


ISA Visitor Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: MR. AYODELE KAYODE

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills in the 21st Century Learners

YEAR GROUP: 14 – 16

DATE: 05 – 02 – 2024

It was exciting an impactful activity. It’s really exposed the students/pupils on how to make liquid soap and think of how they can explore it to become an entrepreneur.

The impact was great in the sense that it’s assisted me to transfer skill/knowledge to produce, package and sell to the students. It’s also made me to diversify my teaching career to also making liquid soap to support my income.

It made the school to be elated in teaching in entrepreneurship development which the students can harness in becoming an entrepreneur in the nearest future.

My suggestion is that if the product will be carried out next time, it should be done in the laboratory than in an open place.

I commend the student’s efforts in the production of the soap. The soap is useful before I personally used it and I can strongly recommend to anyone


ISA Parent/Guardian Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: 

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills in the 21st Century Learners

YEAR GROUP: 14 – 16

DATE: 29 – 01 – 2024

PICTURES

Production Materials for Soap Making

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS MAKING SOAP

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS MAKING SOAP

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS MAKING SOAP

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS MAKING SOAP

DIVINE EMEME (YEAR 11) PACKAGING THE SOAP INTO BRANDED BOTTLES

Sales of Soap at the Schools Enterprise Day. February 1st 2024

Sales of Soap at the Schools Enterprise Day. February 1st 2024​

Sales of Soap at the Schools Enterprise Day. February 1st 2024

Use of Soap by Students to Wash Handkerchiefs

Use of Soap by Students to Wash Handkerchiefs

Use of Soap by Students to Wash Plates

Use of Soap by Students to Wash Handkerchiefs

VIDEO