Education for Entrepreneurship An experience report in a Higher Education Institution
Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,
2015, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages -
AbstractThe concept of entrepreneurship is currently assumed to be a cross competence, fundamental for human, social and economic development. However, it has traditionally been associated with economic and business areas, although we have been witnessing a gradual change this design. In the last decade there has been a growing defense role of education in development of entrepreneurial skills, as these can and should be learned and developed very early. This appreciation of the role of education in development of entrepreneurial skills prints a new responsibility to educational institutions, particularly to higher education. It is precisely the entrepreneurial education in higher education that this article talks. The article gives the example of two centers (Learning and Development Center for Children - CeADIn; Science, Tradition & Culture Center - CT&C), from the same institution of higher education, albeit with different organizational structure, strategies, have some common points as they wish to educating for entrepreneurship, both children, youth and adults, involving in this process the students of teachers education courses.
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