Entrepreneurial Learning

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Entrepreneurial learning refers to a way of developing competencies that matches the talents and passions of an "entrepreneurial student".
The ultimate goal is that the student adds social value by starting a business himself.



This book is intended to give all children and young people the opportunity to get acquainted with and further develop through entrepreneurial learning. Entrepreneurial learning supports enterprising children to stay close to themselves and from there develop into happy successful entrepreneurial people. Because children learn to stay close to themselves from an early age, learn to be faithful to themselves and the other, they will experience fewer dropouts during their careers, and a greater chance of happiness during their lives, now and in the longer term. It was deliberately chosen not to write a book about starting a separate entrepreneurial school, but to give advice on how to set up entrepreneurial education within existing schools to serve entrepreneurial children.




Motive

Chapter

1

  • 1. Politics
  • 2. Education
  • 3. Parents

Audience

Chapter

2

  • 1. Student
  • 2. Teacher
  • 3. School

Method

Chapter

3

  • 1. Ownership
  • 2. Entrepreneurship
  • 3. Freedom

Implementation

Chapter

4

  • 1. Variations
  • 2. Phasing
  • 3. Certification