Handbook of research in entrepreneurship education<br />Strategies for teaching entrepreneurship: <br />What else beyond l...
EP & BP<br /><ul><li>First entrepreneurship course was at Harvard University in 1947</li></ul>Increased to 1500 university...
It’s difficult to establish a connection between as EP’s actual</li></ul>Success and the existing of a good BP .<br />-Car...
Main Question<br />Which educational tools or approach could be used to <br />Teach EP at university level?<br />Scale<br ...
Simulations and Games<br />Honig’s : Simulations allow students to gain experience of<br />new and unexpected situation, l...
<ul><li>The ability of the scenario to appear relevant and credible
Unambiguous communication relating to different aspect
Function adjusted to the technical support material
Cost-benefit analysis based on the goal of exercise</li></li></ul><li>Computer-based simulations<br />- EP Simulation Prog...
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  1. 1. Handbook of research in entrepreneurship education<br />Strategies for teaching entrepreneurship: <br />What else beyond lectures, case studies and business plan?<br />Dr.arabion Karwan Jafi<br />faculty of entrepreneurship Tehran university<br />May 2010<br />
  2. 2. EP & BP<br /><ul><li>First entrepreneurship course was at Harvard University in 1947</li></ul>Increased to 1500 university in 50 years<br /><ul><li> Most Common teaching method that used is BP.
  3. 3. It’s difficult to establish a connection between as EP’s actual</li></ul>Success and the existing of a good BP .<br />-Carrier : BP is often used too soon in the curriculum.<br />
  4. 4. Main Question<br />Which educational tools or approach could be used to <br />Teach EP at university level?<br />Scale<br />Help learners acquire entrepreneurial attitudes and skills.<br />
  5. 5. Simulations and Games<br />Honig’s : Simulations allow students to gain experience of<br />new and unexpected situation, learns to deal with failure <br />and develop the resilience they need to go on regardless.<br />The choice of a simulation must also take into account the<br />Learning objectives.<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>The ability of the scenario to appear relevant and credible
  7. 7. Unambiguous communication relating to different aspect
  8. 8. Function adjusted to the technical support material
  9. 9. Cost-benefit analysis based on the goal of exercise</li></li></ul><li>Computer-based simulations<br />- EP Simulation Program: retail shoe store for 12 month<br /><ul><li>Entrepreneur: A simulation : buy and operate a clothing store
  10. 10. Starting a Small Business : A Simulation Game</li></ul>Create a small firm producing a type of popcorn<br />
  11. 11. Behavioral simulations<br />Essentially experiential activities in which a business situation<br />is created and design so that Students can experience certain <br />behaviors and develop certain entrepreneurial aptitudes and <br />Skills<br /><ul><li> Ability to ask thought-provoking question about the future</li></ul> Of the firm<br />- Ability to generate several possible scenarios redefinition <br /> Of the issues to make then easier to understand<br />- creation of a vision for the future of the firm<br />- ability to seek out and promote innovation ideas<br />
  12. 12. Aspects<br /><ul><li> How Interested the students were in the exercise
  13. 13. Extent to which the game had enabled them to develop</li></ul> the target skills<br />
  14. 14. Original educational proposals<br /><ul><li>Teaching entrepreneurship through the classics
  15. 15. Teaching entrepreneurship through videos
  16. 16. Teaching entrepreneurship using life stories
  17. 17. Using role-playing for educating students about</li></ul> emotion and learning from failure<br /><ul><li>Using new venture expert script as a means for </li></ul> enhancing entrepreneurial expertise<br />

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