In 2008 the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor set out to investigate the prevalence and sources of entrepreneurship education and training, and the effect of this training on starting a business. Thirty eight national teams participated in this study, adding specialized questions to the standard GEM Adult Populations Surveys (APS). In addition, 30 countries added questions to the National Expert Surveys.
Le présent document a pu être réalisé grâce à un appui financier obtenu dans le cadre du plan d’action triennal du Défi de l’entrepreneuriat jeunesse. Il vise notamment à mieux outiller le personnel enseignant, afin qu’il soit en mesure de guider les élèves dans la concrétisation de projets à valeur entrepreneuriale, conformément au volet 1 du Concours québécois en entrepreneuriat (CQE) et de la Mesure de sensibilisation à l’entrepreneuriat (MSE), volet Entrepreneuriatétudiant. Ce document vous permettra de trouver des outils qui vous faciliteront la tâche et il vous aidera à bien comprendre ce que nous attendons des projets soumis dans le cadre du Concours québécois en entrepreneuriat et de la Mesure de sensibilisation à l’entrepreneuriat. Il est une invitation à vous laisser imprégner par la culture entrepreneuriale et à découvrir la passion qu’elle peut susciter chez vos élèves.
Entrepreneurship education has been high on the political agenda in Denmark for more than a decade. In 1995 the Danish parliament decided a strategy to promote entrepreneurship/innovation teaching at all levels of the educational system (Betaenkning 1301). However, implementation largely failed. The Danish Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report researched the situation in 2001 (report available at www.gemconsortium.org).
In this publication you will find a selection of good examples of how the educational systems can help to promote the spirit of enterprise in young people, thus contributing to create a more entrepreneurial culture in our society.
This publication is the result of a process that started a few years ago, with the European Commission supporting the Member States in promoting the exchange of good practice in a number of key areas related to enterprise policy and to the promotion of entrepreneurship.
Creating and transfering knowledge by means of University studies in modern society and fostering entrepreneurship and innovation.
Article of opinion about the importance and benefits of the growing bet on entrepreneurship education in Brazilian schools, and about encouraging students to boost their creativity and to develop entrepreneurial characteristics – as leadership, flexibility, problem solver, etc.
Currently, is unanimous opinion from experts in the field of entrepreneurship that the bet on training and teaching of entrepreneurship since elementary school, dictates their success in the future as potential entrepreneurs.
SOURCE: Career & Business Magazine.
An handbook of the Portuguese project "Educação para o Empreendedorismo - entrepreneurship education" that was used as a mean of support to teach entrepreneurship as an area of action thus part of the objectives of education and training that are given, either in basic education and secondary education.
It is a guidebook to support teachers where are defined policy and some key competences that the student should develop, explains the importance of entrepreneurship as curricular area, explains the process of introduction of entrepreneurship in school and its importance, defines strategies and gives examples of some activities that may be undertaken.
SOURCE: Ministério da Educação – Direcção-Geral de Inovação e de Desenvolvimento Curricular.
The importance of helping individuals to turn ideas to action throw a Programme for education on entrepreneurship, by offering to students tools to boost their creativity and to be an effective problem solver. It is discussed the importance of introducing vocational training in the European schools to boost the entrepreneurial spirit.
Moreover it is made an overview of the current situation of the entrepreneurship education in Europe and it is also describe some programmes and activities already introduce in some countries that this group of experts believe should be considered as successful cases on teaching entrepreneurship.
SOURCE: European Comission.
The increase of the role of the entrepreneurship in Finland and the bet in the education on entrepreneurship emerging new pedagogical methods, problem oriented learning, experiences and different co-operation with business life.
“The important task of entrepreneurship education is to guide students so that they can achieve this opportunity strategy”.
SOURCE: HSE Small Business Centre, Finland.
Report geared up by the World Economic Forum, an “independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world”, to engage a global effort in the area of the entrepreneurship education.
In the document it is discussed the 3 types of entrepreneurship: youth; higher education and social inclusion, outlining the differing types of education approaches needed for each, identifying opportunities and challenges, highlighting existing entrepreneurship education tools and good practices, and develops recommendations, with the main purpose of providing to entrepreneurship educators and trainers some successful examples.
SOURCE: World Economic Forum