Ha presentato il progetto Diego Perifano, Redifin
Entrepreneurship education has globally gained strength apace with its fast growth in higher educational institutions and their curriculum development. Its recent research has moved from content questions to the processes of learning and teaching in diverse contexts. This track invites scholars to share their research findings of diverse aspects of entrepreneurial education to further develop its agenda in higher education.
As broadly understood entrepreneurship refers to the way that individuals and organisations create and implement new ideas and ways of doing things, respond proactively to the environment, and thus initiate change involving uncertainty and complexity. It is argued that regardless of career path, key entrepreneurial principles and theories are useful for nurturing enterprising attitudes and behaviour. This refers to a state of mind applicable to all settings and aspects of life. Considering traditional knowledge-oriented teaching, these definitions actually represent a curriculum reform per se. As the recent European survey indicated, the teaching methods deemed effective in entrepreneurial education were often different from the methods traditionally used in higher education and these educational themes and methodologies were often new for most of the HEIs.
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