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FREE e-Book: Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe - Institute of Entrepreneurship Development. Developing and promoting entrepreneurship education has been one of the key policy objectives of the EU institutions and Member States for many years.

FREE e-Book: Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe - Institute of Entrepreneurship Development

Indeed, in the context of high youth unemployment, economic crises and rapid changes related to our complex knowledge-based economy and society, transversal skills such as entrepreneurship are essential not only to shape the mindsets of young people, but also to provide the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are central to developing an entrepreneurial culture in Europe. However, although some countries have already been committed to fostering entrepreneurship education for more than a decade, others are just starting. Following the 2012 Eurydice report on entrepreneurship education, this new analysis captures the latest developments in Europe. Young People, Entrepreneurship & Non-formal Learning by Daniel Halasz on Prezi.

Whitepaper-FranchiseRep5.pdf. Babson Professor, Alumnus Launch Interactive Video Game On Entrepreneurship Education. WELLESLEY, Mass., Feb. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Babson Professor Heidi M.

Babson Professor, Alumnus Launch Interactive Video Game On Entrepreneurship Education

Neck and Alumnus Anton Yakushin '08 have launched an educational tech company called VentureBlocks, created to serve as a new and innovative resource for higher entrepreneurial education. The company's first educational "block", 'The Nanu Challenge', was officially released in January 2015. The Nanu Challenge is an immersive 3-D simulation for customer and opportunity discovery meant to be played as part of a related classroom curriculum. Within the gaming experience, students are given the opportunity to interview consumers and develop insights by identifying their needs. By role-playing within the fictional setting of a small town called Trepton, students assume the role of a nascent entrepreneur pursuing a potential business opportunity, and learn the necessary habits and skill-set it'll take to make it as a successful entrepreneur outside of the classroom. About The Nanu Challenge. Startup Heroes: Learn Entrepreneurship the Fun Way (#GBL)

Dear Readers, I am the co-founder and CEO of the Startup Heroes, an online entrepreneurship educational game simulating the process of the startup creation in an engaging, interactive and risk-free real-life 3D environment.

Startup Heroes: Learn Entrepreneurship the Fun Way (#GBL)

We are living an amazing journey! Most of the students today perceive entrepreneurship as too risky, too costly, too scary and… simply unknown! It is a real black box, and Startup Heroes is a great tool leveraging modern education methods to uncover it and even inspire to become entrepreneurs! According to our recent surveys, more than 70% of our players get a significant increase in their interest and likelihood of creating their own businesses after playing the game! Interactive Business Game – Johnny Money – Is LIVE and FREE! September 24, 2008 at 9:11 am kathykormanfrey The simulated business game – Johnny Money – has rolled out.

Interactive Business Game – Johnny Money – Is LIVE and FREE!

(Click here for story). Guess what? It’s free. Find a few quotes from users at the bottom of this post. Entrepreneurship Games for Students: Becoming an Entrepreneur Step by Step. Interactive Entrepreneurship. Johnny Money: An Entrepreneurial Experience Teach your students about entrepreneurship through a free online interactive game sponsored by the Young Entrepreneur Foundation.

Interactive Entrepreneurship

The game allows students to start a fictitious retail store. After set up is complete students make business decisions on advertising, donating to local charities, managing their employees, operating costs, inventory control, paying bills, taking out loans, etc. Activities. A capacity building activity organised within the framework of theOECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development 3-6 November 2014, Potsdam, Germany What Entrepreneurial education in schools is not just about the motivations and skills needed to start-up a business or a new venture; it is also about nurturing the ability and willingness of individuals to create value for themselves, for others and for society.


The idea of promoting entrepreneurship through education has spurred much enthusiasm in the last few decades, as it is expected to produce a wide range of outcomes including individual development; increased school engagement and performance; enhanced courage to contribute to societal development; and improved equality. Other expected outcomes include job creation, economic growth and increased societal resilience. How. Education & Training for Entrepreneurship - Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) - Enterprise and Industry. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) Europe needs more entrepreneurs, more innovation and more high-growth SMEs.

Education & Training for Entrepreneurship - Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) - Enterprise and Industry

This is why it is necessary to stimulate the entrepreneurial mindsets of young people. Business Planning for Sustainable Enterprises - While much business planning advice is applicable to all businesses, the innovative nature of sustainable enterprises makes paying attention to the basics even more important.

Business Planning for Sustainable Enterprises -

This article outlines the basics of business planning and highlights items of special relevance to social and environmental entrepreneurs. Basics Basic business planning consists of devising an integrated financial strategy and target for commercializing products and services. 4FCE1049-DED4-4E95-98DE-CF42E1E0D887.pdf. Business Planning for Sustainable Enterprises - Youth_Entrepreneurial_Resource_List_Final.pdf. Youth_Entrepreneurship_Toolkit.pdf. USAID_State Entrepreneurship Toolkit_0. The web-based gantt chart maker. Startup e fundraising: ho l’idea ma non i soldi. Da dove incomincio? 25 Things Skilled Learners Do Differently. Imagine for a moment that all human beings had the same IQ, but that some of us knew how to tap into it better than others.

25 Things Skilled Learners Do Differently

How would we approach education differently? For starters, we wouldn’t have to concern ourselves nearly as much with boosting students’ academic confidence. If a student knows she has the same capacity to succeed as her fellow learners, then she’ll be less likely to give up or drop out. In a similar vein, students would view test scores not as measures of self worth, but as evaluations of a chosen learning strategy. When Johnny sees that, despite his best efforts, he scored twenty points lower on the biology exam than Sally, he thinks, “I’m approaching this the wrong way” rather than, “She’s smarter than me.” The thing is, this “imagined” scenario isn’t far from reality. What does vary–and widely, at that–are learning strategies. Psychology offers several explanations. The good news is, these are all strategies and habits that can be adopted through practice. Two Things for Every Entrepreneur to Innovate. Reading becomes a mainstream today.

Two Things for Every Entrepreneur to Innovate

Entrepreneurship Education[1] Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe. National Strategies, Curricula and Learning Outcomes - 135EN.pdf. Entrepreneurship education on the increase. European Commission - Press release Entrepreneurship education on the increase Brussels, 13 April 2012 – Entrepreneurship education is being increasingly promoted in most European countries, according to a new report published by the European Commission. We need to teach young people more entrepreneurial skills. Entrepreneurship education not only helps young people start businesses, it also enables them to contribute to the wider economy. Photograph: Tom Jenkins The future of Europe depends upon 94 million Europeans aged between 15 and 29 years old. But in April 2013, 5.627 million people in the European Union under the age of 25 were unemployed. This generation will live in an era of globalisation that demands mobility and soft skills. Picture1.jpg (JPEG Image, 604 × 394 pixels)