Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning
Launch Event of the Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning
On 6 March 2014 The Entrepreneurial School Project partners presented the Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning at a high level event in Brussels, bringing together high level industry representatives, educational authorities and other stakeholders in the field of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learning. The speakers shared their views on entrepreneurial learning in schools, encouraging continuous professional development for teachers at all levels and paving the way for making schools more 'entrepreneurial'.
The Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning
The Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning is a practical and useful tool for teachers in primary, secondary and vocational schools who want to mainstream entrepreneurial education in teaching methods and learning processes they set up in classroom every day.
The guide contains more than 100 tools and methods to support entrepreneurial teaching and learning, good practices and framework documents from 85 different schools in 10 countries. It also includes self-assessment and review tools for teachers and schools who want to assess how much entrepreneurial their learning process are and to review their progress on a regular basis.
The materials are designed for different age levels, from primary to upper secondary, including vocational schools. They cover various subjects, address the most common teaching issues and promote a wide range of learning outcomes related to the entrepreneurial learning (e.g. creativity, leadership, business and innovation skills, etc.). Everybody can access the materials - using the searching criteria available in the public part of the website.
KeyCoNet case study about The Entrepreneurial School
The Entrepreneurial School (TES) will be the subject of an in-depth written KeyCoNet case study this year. The case study will include interviews with all relevant stakeholders, accompanied by a case study video produced at the training event in Brussels. Both the written case study and video will be available on the KeyCoNet website in May.