Articles

Swiss-army-knives and inquisition

Reforming education into being more entrepreneurial is deep process that runs through all aspects of education, encountering resistance and defiance. Ivan Diego (Valnalon) tells us more about the importance of widening the definition of entrepreneurial learning and how teachers are making it clear, provided we listen to them at local level.

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Whose entrepreneurial learning is it anyway?

Catherine Brentnall from Ready Unlimited explores the potential of co-production to transform the design and delivery of entrepreneurial learning and culture.

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Hopping off the social entrepeneurship bandwagon

Boy-scouts, social entrepreneurship, employability and education : let's explore the absurdity of entrepreneurial education if it is not backed up by a strong social, honest, status-quo defying agenda.

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The winner takes it all…

Catherine Brentnall from Ready Unlimited questions the wisdom of the ubiquitous competition element of entrepreneurial education.

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Initiatives

Work4U: Empowering Youth In Gmunden

Work4U is a grass-root designed initiative in Upper Austria’s district Gmunden to empower young people, who are between 15 and 18 years old, who have just finished school and have difficulties because of their social-emotional peculiarities to find a job.

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Oppe: Resource Tool In Entrepreneurship Education

The Observatory of Pedagogical Practices in Entrepreneurship, Observatoire des Pratiques Pédagogiques en Entrepreneuriat (OPPE), functions as resource centre for professors, educators, higher education institutions and entrepreneurship support structures.

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Coolcash: Talbot Hill Elementary School’s Microsociety

Every September is Micro Academy time at Talbot Hill Elementary School! Talbot Hill Elementary School, an accredited elementary school in the Renton School District, southeast of Seattle, is one of around 250 schools in 40 US states that implement a MicroSociety programme.

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