+ ASEAN Entrepreneurship Conference Philippine Delegation 1. Bottom-up Development Approach for a Lifelong Entrepreneurship Education in the Philippines Miriam College: Gatchalian, Lopez, ibanez, and Serrano Miriam College 2. Socio-Cultural Parameters inPhilippine Entrepreneurship Education St. Paul University QC Albit and Hufano Sunway Spa Resorts 3. The Economic Contributions of Entrepreneurial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Activities in the 4th District of Camarines Sur, Phil November 5-6 2012 Partido State University, Camarines Sur : Pilapil ; Tipanero Philippines Prepared by: Maria Luisa B. Gatchalian ENEDA National President, SY 2011-2013
+ Philippine Delegation: Miriam College; ENEDA/YES Philippines; St. Paul University QC; Capiz State University; University of Santo Tomas; St. Louis University Baguio; Partido State University; Panpacific University; Small Enterprises Research & Development Foundation; and IdeaSpace
+AEC 2012 - Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianWhat it is : OrganizersThe first ASEAN Conference initiated and launched in Malaysia organized by:1.Malaysian Academy of SME and Entrepreneurship Development (MASMED)2.Universiti Teknologi MARA3.Malaysian Higher Education Ministry (MOHE)Theme: Entrepreneurship Education IssuesAttendance:Attended by: Over 100 Academic researchers/faculty/administrators in higher education; policymakers and practitioners in ASEAN countries: Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and UnitedKingdom. The Philippines has the highest number of delegation primarily headed by MiriamCollege under the representation of Entrepreneurship Educators Association of the Philippinesor ENEDA.Total Philippine Delegation: 33 participants (18 Students; 15 Faculty)
+AEC 2012 - Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianPhilippine Participants:PresentersMiriam College QC: ENA 0231.Maria Luisa B. Gatchalian (also representing ENEDA, IdeaSpace and SERDEF)2.Dr. Antonio M. Lopez3.Maria Cristina L. Ibanez4.Roehl A. MacapagalThinking Hats5. Mona Liza L. SerranoSt. Paul University QC : ENA 0551.Lolita N. Albit2.Elsa F. Hufano: AEC participantPartido State University, Camarines Sur – Bicol ENA 0781.Dr. Arabella Pilapil : Presenter2.Margarita Tipanero
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianPhilippine Participants:1.Ina BalaniTreston International CollegeDean , College of Business)2-20: 19 Student Representatives(all member of YES))Treston has the biggest Philippine Delegation to Participatein AEC
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012Gatchalian21. Eric G. PasquinUniversity of Santo Tomas - ManilaFaculty (Part-time); Entrepreneurship Department22. Lorraine NgaosiSt. Louis Univerisity - Baguio23. Mark Glenn VillamorCapiz State University, Roxas City24/25. Panpacific University –Urdaneta PangasinanTotal of 34 Philippine Delegates (ENEDA members)
+AEC 2012 - Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianAims1.To organize and launch ASEAN Entrepreneurship Education Consortium2.To launch the maiden issue of the ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal and the Abstract Books for the ASEAN Entrepreneurship Conference3. To initiate the pioneering platform where ASEAN counterparts both in the academe and theindustry can present , discuss, share and learn from each other in of forum presentations
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianAchievements and Gains: The recently concluded first ASEAN Conference1.Provided a platform of both academic and practitioners’ presentations on issues, concerns,challenges, practices, breakthroughs; latest trends, models and approaches on developmentprograms, ; teaching and learning entrepreneurship and related matters. Gains: 3 Philippine schools was able to present papers (MC; SPU QC; PSU) Philippine Presenter 1: Miriam College Title: Bottom-up Development Approach for a Lifelong Entrepreneurship Education in the Philippines Paper ID No: ENA 023 1. Maria Luisa B. Gatchalian Faculty, CBEA-Entrepreneurship Department, Miriam College 1st President, ENEDA NCR Chapter, 2007-2009; 9 th President, ENEDA National , 2011-2013 Member R & I Committee, SERDEF; Representative , IdeaSpace Philippines Lead Researcher 2. Dr. Antonio M. Lopez Director, Planning & Development Office (PDO), Miriam College Chair, Entrepreneurship Department, Miriam College 1997-2006; 6th President, ENEDA National SY 2008-2009 Contributor
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012 GatchalianAchievements and Gains: The recently concluded first ASEAN Conference 3. Mona Liza L. Serrano Chair, Entrepreneurship Department, Miriam College, 2006-2009 Entrepreneur, Owner various businesses; Recent Owner, Thinking Hats (A Learning Center) Contributor 4. Maria Cristina L. Ibañez Faculty, CBEA-Entrepreneurship Department, Miriam College Assistant Secretary ,ENEDA NCR, 2010-2012 Technical Asst., MC-PDO; Entrepreneur/Mentor Contributor
+AEC 6 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012Gatchalian Achievements and Gains: Philippine Presenter 2: St. Paul University Quezon City Title: Socio-Cultural Parameters in Philippine Entrepreneurship Education Paper ID No: ENA 055 1. Lolita N. Albit, Presenter Assoc. Professor Chair, Business and Entrepreneurship, 2007-2009 Presenter 2. Elsa F. Hufano: AEC participant Assoc. Professor. Business and Entrepreneurship St. Paul University Quezon City Contributor to ENA 055 Philippine Presenter 3: Partido State University, Camarines Sur – Bicol Title: The Economic Contributions of Entrepreneurial Activities in the 4 th District of Camarines Sur, Phil Paper ID No: ENA 078 1. Dr. Arabella Pilapil : Presenter Dean, Partido State Università – Bicol Presenter 2. Margarita Tipanero Chairperson, Business , Accounting, Management, Entrepreneurship , Partido State University Bicol Participant
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianAchievements and Gains:2. Opened the opportunity for ASEAN academic community to share current issues, concerns, trendsand researches undertaken for presentation and publication . Gains: Specifically, AEC screened, reviewed and evaluated a total of 95 submitted abstracts; ofwhich 72 were selected and submitted their full papers and qualified for parallel session presentations. Of these 72 ; 7 were selected for launching of the maiden issue of AEC Journal, with ISSN 2289-2125 Volume 1 Number 1 December 2012. The work from the Philippines Bottom-up DevelopmentApproach for a Lifelong Entrepreneurship Education in the Philippines: by Gatchallan, Lopez,Ibanez and Serrano of Miriam College was chosen among the top 7. The AEC Journal is Published bi-annually ; the AEC provides an international forum for the explorationand dissemination of ideas and experiences relating to the development and application ofentrepreneurship. The AEC selection criteria for the journal takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawingon the highest – quality work in business and management as well as in social science.
+AEC 6 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012GatchalianAchievements and Gains:3. Paved the path for more opportunities in the academic community , private sectors, and like-mindedinstitutions to network and share ideas and concerns as well as visions to improve each other (agency programs as well as individual/professional progress) ; through the launching of the ASEANEntrepreneurship Education Consortium Gains: The Philippines as represented, has the following first founding members of AEEC: 1.Miriam College: spearheaded its participation as the lead Philippine school to be the next ASEAN Secretariat under the leadership of Dr. Antonio M. Lopez; the Philippines being the next venue for the AEC 2.ENEDA National 3.Treston International College 4.SERDEF 5.IdeaSpace 6.St. Paul University Quezon City 7.Capiz State University 8.University of Santo Tomas 9.Partido State University 10. St. Louis University Baguio The 4 member countries which formed the consortium are: 1.Malaysia 2.Brunei 3.Indonesia; and the 4.Philippines
+ AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012 Gatchalian
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+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012Gatchalian Achievements and Gains: Gains: The Philippines, as represented by Miriam College had initial exploratory talks with Dr. Joana Jill of University of Cambridge – Judge Business School … on twinning program etc…. The Philippines as represented by Miriam College in this aspect will have exploratory talks on twining ME with MC E-program for Southeast Asia and perhaps in collaboration with other programs with the Philippine agencies and institutions like ENEDA for faculty development and Idea Space 4. In particular, the academic community validated the similarities of their concerns and issues in managing and implementing entrepreneurship courses like: barriers to teaching bounded by tradition, policies; and the need for acquiring the “entrepreneurial mindset” both for the administration and the faculty. Thus, raised the level of regard and consideration to treat the “course or program” with an increased vigor to embrace the dynamics of the teaching and learning entrepreneurship.
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012Gatchalian ASEAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION CONSORTIUM (AEEC) The ASEAN Entrepreneurship Education (AEEC) is a consortium of ASEAN universities and strategic partners in promoting and improving entrepreneurship education in the ASEAN region. The mission of AEEC is to a. Build and develop networking and collaboration amongst ASEAN academic institutions towards outstanding entrepreneurship education in ASEAN region ; b. Advance the principles and practices of entrepreneurship within academic institutions; c. Provide a framework for collaboration for member institutions to best entrepreneurship education for ASEAN AEEC mission is to be accomplished through: a. Promoting and supporting academic leaders, faculty, and students to advance entrepreneurship education; b. Disseminating and sharing of information and knowledge on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education; c. Jointly organize Annual ASEAN Entrepreneurship Conference among members to promote new ideas and share with the members of consortium As an organization, AEEC and its members are committed to sharing information and ideas, meeting challenges together in a process grounded by the values of integrative entrepreneurship education. supporting member institutions and providing a national/ regional voice for the advancement of entrepreneurship education. It recognizes the opportunity to affect the direction, assumptions and outcomes of entrepreneurship. The involvement of strong academic institutions and their representatives allows a forum to build a stronger commitment to the values of integrative and better approach of entrepreneurship education. Such networking strategy allows sharing, exchange of ideas, practices and experience as everyone learns from each other.
+AEC 2012 Post Conference Report: November 10, 2012Gatchalian ASEAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP JOURNAL (AEJ) ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal is a forum for the publication of original research. Articles and discussion of issues that focuses on entrepreneurship in ASEAN such as entrepreneurship education, training and development, SME and corporate entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, international entrepreneurship , entrepreneurial mindset, entrepreneurial management and related matters. AEJ has an international perspective on entrepreneurship and publishes conceptual and empirical papers which bring together issues of interest to academic researches and educators, policy makers and practitioners worldwide especially in ASEAN region. The Editorial Board: Prof. Ismail Ab. Wahab (Editor-in-chief) Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jamalunlaili Abdullah Dr. Rohana Ngah Dr. Zarina Salleh Dr. Kahirul Anwar Rasmani Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ros Aizan Yahya Puan Rafida Abdul Rahman