The Entrepreneurial School

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Il Marconi partecipa, quale unica scuola della Regione Puglia, al progetto europeo T.E.S. (The Entreprenurial School- La scuola Imprenditoriale). Se volete dare un impulso alla vostra professione docente, se volete alzare il vostro livello di autostima, se volete tornare carichi di idee e stimoli per lavorare in sinergia, vi consiglio di partecipare a progetti come questo!!! A presto il lancio del progetto in Puglia che partirà con la formazione per docenti: si accettano le prenotazioni !!!

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The Entrepreneurial School

  1. 1. Welcome The Training; Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning
  2. 2. Welcome Jarle Tømmerbakke
  3. 3. Topics to cover • Networking and discussions on entrepreneurial learning • Present the Virtual Guide for Entrepreneurial Learning and a quality framework • How to access the Virtual Guide • Expectations and teacher training plans at the national level • Help and support
  4. 4. Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia UK Spain 6 4 6 7 5 3 4 4 4 1 10 3 11 10 5 4 4 4 10 6 4 120 representatives from 22 different countries
  5. 5. A warm-up session • Networking – get to know each others - International groups today – national groups tomorrow • Videos – two teams + photographer • Robin van Nuffel and Caroline Kearney representing ,an European policy network on the implementation of key competences in school (teachers training, school organisation, students’ assessment, learning resources). Activities: Impact on Policies and Exchange of Good Practices • Erik Nyland and Stine Bortheim with their teacher Old Johnny Devik making a video for national trainings • Grichka Martinetti - photographer • Somebody taking notes on each table – all the red numbers • The language issue • We will move a bit around to different tables, only the red will remain.
  6. 6. Metodology A short input from a partner about one of the subjects in the Guide: • The Virtual Guide - The Process, Jarle Tømmerbakke JA-YE Norway • The Virtual Guide - The Tools and Methods, Faith Muir, University of Warwick, Centre for Education and Industry • The Virtual Guide - The Cooperation, Elena Ruskovaara, Lappeenranta University of Technology • The Virtual Guide – The Big Picture, Diana Filip, JA-YE Europe A short discussion in the groups (max 10 minutes) based on questions Feedback from two groups each time, ( not the rapporteur)
  7. 7. The prosess The Pilot Schools Given us a lot of valiuable information Given us the tools and methods Given us their Framework and visions The National Focus Groups members who recruited all these schools The National coordinators who are the drivers at the national level and also at the european level
  8. 8. Some of what the schools reported in their registration Ambitions, priorities, plans and focus Has the school a vision and a plan for entrepreneurship education? • Only 5 said NO / 57 has a plan / 24 working on it Has the school/college evaluated the entrepreneurship education activities at any point during the last two years? • 58 yes, 10 working on it Does the school/college have an entrepreneurship education coordinator? • 64 YES /17 NO / 6 In progress
  9. 9. Some of what the schools reported in their registration On a scale from 0 to 10 (where 10 is best), how will you score the support from education authorities regarding entrepreneurship education? • Average score is 6 On a scale from 0 to 10 (where 10 is best), how will you score the support from the school administration regarding entrepreneurship education? • Average score is 8
  10. 10. 10 min discussion: EU reports talk about "prepare teachers for the challenge of entrepreneurship education.” What is in your opinion the most important to do to meet this challenge? Short feedback from two groups
  11. 11. The Product The Virtual Guide – The Tools and Methods, Faith Muir, Warwick
  12. 12. TES Virtual Guide - The Product • University of Warwick’s contribution • Tools and Methods - an overview: – What’s the difference? – ‘Tried and tested’ – Structure / search criteria – Contributors – End-user involvement
  13. 13. Tools and Methods – key points Strengths: Some new, some old… ‘Learning by doing’ Games & simulations Flexible / adaptable Focus on ‘real life’ Think creatively! Fun, collaboration & cooperation Opportunities? Have we chosen the right Search Criteria? What about more for/from special needs providers? Would it help to link Methods with good examples of Tools?
  14. 14. Rotation Two group members move to the next table
  15. 15. My Question 10 minutes Related to your work in the classroom with entrepreneurial learning, what kind of support / type of tools and methods do you miss most?
  16. 16. Rotation Two group members move to the next table
  17. 17. The Cooperation Elena Ruskovaara, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland
  18. 18. Cooperation between schools and the local business community 10 minutes discussion: How often you organize field trips to business enterprises? … or invite entrepreneurs to your school / classroom? What would be the “best amount” (per semester) and why? Short feedback from two groups
  19. 19. Rotation Two group members move to the next table
  20. 20. The Big Picture Diana Filip, JA-YE Europe
  21. 21. My Question
  22. 22. Coffee break Two group members move to the next table after the coffee break. Be back 16:30

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