TEACHERS and HEI MANAGEMENT
Professors, Carrier Center leaders & helpers – all academic practitioners – how to deliver interdisciplinary, entrepreneurial education with innovative teaching models – Let us show you how we think it can be done!
We believe all (right down to the last secretary) dealing with a student at a university should know what is entrepreneurship and how the entrepreneurship spirit can be boosted with the right methods already during the studies. Let us show you how we think it can be done!
We will be conducting teacher trainings at each of the four university partners from October 2014 to January 2015. Read more below or download the full IDEATE Teacher Training (includes day by day programme) Brochure.
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The training will provide you with tools to deliver interdisciplinary, entrepreneurial education with innovative teaching methods. The IDEATE Teacher Training will provide you with a specialized development program focusing upon enterprise and entrepreneurship education in higher education. It is designed to help you with your professional objectives and ambitions in your field of expertise.
IDEATE Teacher Training program is designed to enable educators to enhance their abilities in realizing their students’ potential through entrepreneurial education. The program adopts an entrepreneurial ethos and spirit and participants are expected to be active co- learners. The program is based on a wider European program 3EP – European Entrepreneurship Educators Program including selected contents of it. The aim is to showcase a range of pedagogies and explore delivery methods during the intensive program.
During the program you can expect to:
- See the relevance of Entrepreneurship in your subject in general
- See the opportunities of Entrepreneurship in your teaching
- Understand the key concepts of entrepreneurial learning
- Understand the entrepreneurial teaching methods
- Experience a range of teaching techniques and pedagogies
- Understand the culture change to entrepreneurial university
You are expected to:
- Attend the full two intensive days
- Work supportively in small groups to share and exchange experiences
- Engage in mutually supportive shared learning
The program has two training elements:
- Pre-readings (see list of articles in Pre-reading and Preparation)
- Two day intensive training
The training program within IDEATE project will be delivered by the University of Turku and Senior Project Manager Kaisu Paasio (firstname.lastname@example.org). The training program is a part of the IDEATE project financed by the Lifelong Learning Programme by the European Union. More background
Pre-readings and Preparation
You are invited to read the following pre-readings:
Entrepreneurial Behaviour – choose one of the below:
1. Sarasvathy, S. D. (2001) What Makes Entrepreneurs Entrepre- neurial? University of Washington. URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/ sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=909038.
2. Dew, N., Sarasvathy, S. D. (2006) The Entrepreneurial Method How Expert Entrepreneurs Create New Markets. Universi- ty of Virginia Darden School Foundation, Charlottesville, VA, USA. URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_ id=1278394
3. Entrepreneurship Education: Enabling Teachers as a Critical Suc- cess Factor. (2011) Entrepreneurship Unit, Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry, European Commission. URL: http:// ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/promoting-entrepreneur- ship/files/education/teacher_education_for_entrepreneurship_ final_report_en.pdf
Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Graduates – choose one of the below:
1. Ernst & Young (2011) Nature or Nurture? Decoding the DNA of the Entrepreneur. URL: http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLU- Assets/Nature-or-nurture/$FILE/Nature-or-nurture.pdf
2. Herrmann, K., Hannon, P., Cox, J., Ternouth, P. (2008) Develo- ping Entrepreneurial Graduates – Putting Entrepreneurship at the Centre of Higher Education, Council for Industry and Higher Education, NCEE, NESTA, UK. URL: http://www.ncee.org.uk/ publication/developing_entrepreneurial_graduates1.pdf.
3. Effects and impact of entrepreneurship programmes in higher education. (2012) Entrepreneurship Unit, Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry, European Commission. URL: http:// ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/promoting-entrepreneur- ship/files/education/effects_impact_high_edu_final_report_ en.pdf
Entrepreneurial University – choose one of the below:
1. Gibb, A. (2004) Towards the Entrepreneurial University. Entrep- reneurship Education as a Lever for Change. A National Coun- cil for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) report presenting and shaping the environment for graduate entrepreneurship in higher education, UK. URL: http://www.ncee.org.uk/publication/towards_the_entrepreneurial_university.pdf.
2. Gibb, A., Haskins, G., Robertson, I. (2009) Leading the Entrepreneurial University. Meeting the Entrepreneurial Development Needs of Higher Education Institutions. NCGE, UK. URL: http://www.ncee.org.uk/publication/leading_the_entrepreneurial_university.pdf.
3. Gibb, A. (2012) Exploring the Synergistic Potential in Entrep- reneurial University Development: Towards the Building of a Strategic Framework, Annals of Innovation & Entrepreneurship 2012, Vol 3. URL: http://www.innovationandentrepreneurship. net/index.php/aie/article/view/16742/pdf.
4. NIRAS Consultants, FOR A and ECON Pöyry (2008) Survey of Entrepreneurship in Higher Education in Europe. The European Commission, Directorate-General for Enterprise and industry. URL: http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/files/support_ measures/training_education/highedsurvey_en.pdf