Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills for Educators

Jacob Thomsen, Birgitte Wraae

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Abstract

Inspired by the Babson five-model framework (Neck, Greene, & Brush, 2014) We would like to incorporate the concepts and tools from entrepreneurship education (EE) as a new addition to a mandatory course track for future assistant professors. The goal is to make new educators see the added value of using entrepreneurial tools when both planning and teaching no matter the subject they are teaching. Furthermore, our concept encourages cooperating with the surrounding society, for instance a business partner, to meet element three mentioned above (Piihl & Phillipsen, 2011)
Translated title of the contributionEntreprenante undervisnigsmetoder
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • innovation and entrepreneurship
  • learning, educational science and teaching

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