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Presentations pilots by Barbara Bregar-Mrzlikar

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Presentations pilots by Barbara Bregar-Mrzlikar

  1. 1. 1 Pilot Activities and Impact
  2. 2. 2  Students lack information about entrepreneurship as a career option  Students lack enterpreneurial skills & mind-set needed for todays world..  Schools not equipped to support students in developing enterpreneurial skills, attitude & mind-set  Mis-understanding of Enterpreneurship as business skills in existing programs. Pilot Activities Develop & test innovative models & methodologies for entrepreneurship education for youth in creative industries  7 different countries developing, implementing, testing different models  Some focused on students, some focused on teachers, some on both  All engaging enterpreneurs & creative industries
  3. 3. 3Estonia (177 students/ 61 mentors) • Wide Enterpreneurship program bringing Youth out of schools joining them with enterpreneurs as mentors for incubating youth ideas and initiating startups within the creative industry. Pilot activities in 7 countries Denmark (250 students, 15 teacher, 10 mentors) • Showcase of 3 different activites easy to implement within curriculum introducing new ways for collaboration between creative industries especially art & cultural institutions with schools Lithuania • Large scales enterpreneurship Summer camp preceded by a national competition for schools. Czech Republic (195 students/14 teachers/10 schools) • E-learning programme for career advisors to introduce entrepreneurship education.
  4. 4. 4 Pilot activities in 7 countries Slovenia (69 students/12 teachers/29 enterpreneurs) • Used 3 different approaches to bring enterpreneurial skills to schools bringing together, students, teachers & enterpreneurs. UK • A stucture program approach based on existing Social Enterprise Qualification for encouraging creative enterprise and entreprenurship. Poland (1017 students, 153 schools, 169 teachers, 3000 members of community) • Nationwide program including xxx schools / teachers & students for enhancing competences related to innovation & entrepreneurship integrating schools with creative industries. Altogether • 2220 Students, 780 Teachers, 264 Schools, 130 Enterpreneurs
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  6. 6. 6 Guest speakers: Anne Hane, Student of Arts, Founder & CEO, Estonia Keidi Mae, Student at Baltic Film & Media School, Estonia Per Lange, Acting Headteacher, Denmark Andrej Mercina, Trije Arhitekti, Founder & CEO, Slovenia
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  22. 22. 22 Click to edit Master title style Thank you CENTRES and ENTRUM for inspiring experience!
  23. 23. 23 Guest speakers: Anne Hane, Student of Arts, Founder & CEO, Estonia Keidi Mae, Student at Baltic Film & Media School, Estonia Per Lange, Acting Headteacher, Denmark Andrej Mercina, Trije Arhitekti, Founder & CEO, Slovenia
  24. 24. 24 Pilot Denmark Video Art Run Denmark
  25. 25. 25 • Bringing awareness about what enterpreneurship really is • Changed approach, way of thinking, images (self-confidence, courage, out-of-the box thinking, persistance, failure • Skills & knowledge (communication, presentation, idea generation, problem sovling, teamwork, project planning) • Networking – opening schools, opening students • Concrete products – methodologies, modules, programs developed for enterpreneurship education as well as for developing general enterpreneurial skills • Best cases of School & Creative Industries engagement • Policy recommendations based on findings Summary of Results & Impact
  26. 26. 26 THANK YOU!
  27. 27. 27 Estonia ENTRUM 4-steps methodology principle: • 1 step – inspire and encourage, bring outside of everyday invironment • 2 step - teach practical skills (social skills – intiative, colloboration, responsibility and • entrepreneurial skills – business model design) • 3 step - integrate to network of entrepreneurs, one- to-one mentoring and business incubators • 4 step - create entrepreneurial lifestyle (including what to read, what to events to visit) Understanding functioning of creative industry though action • Music video production with limited time and resources approach
  28. 28. 28 Denmark ArtRun • Based in the curriculum for Danish and in the obligatory free project assignment • In cooperation with Museum of contemprary art - “how art can create change for the viewer.” The Creative Wave • Innovation contest “design new green areas in the city”. • Working entrepreneurs – changing local environment through creative thinking. The Youth Club • Understanding how an ordinary day looks like if you work in the creative industry. • Pupils and architchts and graphical designer helped the local town designing the new youth club.
  29. 29. 29 Slovenia ● Program for understanding entrepreneurship & gaining entrepreneurial skills,attitudes and knowledge ● Developed with entrepreneurs & includes entrepreneurs as lecturers/mentors ● Program within the curriculum as-well as extra curriculum activity ● Program included: ● 6-module (30 hours) workshops, ● project work, ● one-on-one mentorship, ● company visit and ● networking event: My first Pitch.

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