in the name of godresearch methodsprofessor: Dr a.arabiunpresented by: S.Haghnejat<br />
Handbook of research in entrepreneurship<br />Pages 104-109<br />
Entrepreneurship education at  university.<br />
If you want to encourage entrepreneurship ,it should be through some kind of apprenticeship ,that would be a wonderful exp...
The way a university should function  in  the preparation for an intellectual career is by  promoting the imaginative cons...
Lots of people have this idea that entrepreneurship cannot be taught  because entrepreneurs are “born” not “made”.<br />An...
Most of the papers on entrepreneurship education is at risk of only preaching to the convert.<br />Another mistake is that...
The curriculum mostly depends on the combined interaction of the teacher , the student ,and the environment in which the t...
The business school –entrepreneurship paradox<br />Entrepreneurship is usually thought at the business schools which are t...
7 important questions:<br />1.Can entrepreneurship be taught at all?<br />2.If yes ,is the university  the right place?<br...
Can entrepreneurship be taught at all?<br />Teaching  “IT” and teaching “ABOUT IT”.<br />
Entrepreneurship education:<br />The transfer of knowledge about how, by whom<br />And with what effects opportunities to ...
Teaching “it”<br />The vocational area of entrepreneurship: <br />the practical components of a very applied area of knowl...
Teaching “about it”:<br />Teaching its meta aspects , its theory and the way that this phenomenon impacts on other phenome...
The place to teach it:<br />The business school is the wrong place to teach entrepreneurship.<br />The best place to teach...
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  1. 1. in the name of godresearch methodsprofessor: Dr a.arabiunpresented by: S.Haghnejat<br />
  2. 2. Handbook of research in entrepreneurship<br />Pages 104-109<br />
  3. 3. Entrepreneurship education at university.<br />
  4. 4. If you want to encourage entrepreneurship ,it should be through some kind of apprenticeship ,that would be a wonderful experience.(birch ,in aronsson,2004,p.2008)<br />
  5. 5. The way a university should function in the preparation for an intellectual career is by promoting the imaginative consideration of the various general principles underlying that career.<br />One solution is by decreasing the disconnections of the subjects in our curriculums.<br />
  6. 6. Lots of people have this idea that entrepreneurship cannot be taught because entrepreneurs are “born” not “made”.<br />And even if it could be taught, university is not the right place to do it.<br />
  7. 7. Most of the papers on entrepreneurship education is at risk of only preaching to the convert.<br />Another mistake is that commentators often focus upon one unit of analysis,<br /> the curriculum, as if it were a disembodied entity.<br />An academic curriculum is a dependant variable.<br />
  8. 8. The curriculum mostly depends on the combined interaction of the teacher , the student ,and the environment in which the transfer of the information between them takes place.<br />
  9. 9. The business school –entrepreneurship paradox<br />Entrepreneurship is usually thought at the business schools which are the wrong place for teaching entrepreneurship.<br />The MBA model traditionally used for teaching entrepreneurship is inappropriate.<br />Business schools usually teach you exactly the opposite of entrepreneurship. they teach you to work for somebody.<br />
  10. 10. 7 important questions:<br />1.Can entrepreneurship be taught at all?<br />2.If yes ,is the university the right place?<br />3.If university is appropriate but business schools are not ,where should students go?<br />4.Who should teach it?<br />5.Who should learn?<br />6. How Should it be taught?<br />7.What should be taught?<br />
  11. 11. Can entrepreneurship be taught at all?<br />Teaching “IT” and teaching “ABOUT IT”.<br />
  12. 12. Entrepreneurship education:<br />The transfer of knowledge about how, by whom<br />And with what effects opportunities to create future goods and services are discovered, evaluated and exploited. <br />
  13. 13. Teaching “it”<br />The vocational area of entrepreneurship: <br />the practical components of a very applied area of knowledge.(it can be taught).<br />According to (GEM),the majority of the population claim never to have met an entrepreneur.<br />They look at the entrepreneur as, the “lucky” person.<br />
  14. 14. Teaching “about it”:<br />Teaching its meta aspects , its theory and the way that this phenomenon impacts on other phenomena.<br />
  15. 15. The place to teach it:<br />The business school is the wrong place to teach entrepreneurship.<br />The best place to teach it is in an active business environment from a proven performer.<br />
  16. 16. The end<br />

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