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GEC+ 2016: Johannes Lindner

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Johannes Lindner, Head, eesi Entrepreneurship Education Center and Initiative for Teaching Entrepreneurship, Austria, on Entrepreneurship Education Curricula

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GEC+ 2016: Johannes Lindner

  1. 1. Entrepreneurship Education Johannes Lindner
  2. 2. ABC of Entrepreneurship Education Entrepreneurial Challenge based Learning Entrepreneurship Education
  3. 3. ABC of Entrepreneurship Education E
  4. 4. formal functional Entrepreneur Entrepreneur business owner risk taker innovator, entrepreneurial attitude E
  5. 5. Why Entrepreneurship Education? F
  6. 6. 1. Communication in the mother tongue 2. Communication in a foreign language 3. Mathematical competence and basic competence in science and technology 4. Digital competence 5. Learning to learn 6. Social and civic competence 7. Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship 8. Cultural awareness and expression. All that individuals need for personal fulfillment and development, active citizenship, social inclusion and employment. EU Framework of Key Competences for Lifelong Learning K
  7. 7. Why Entrepreneurship Education? S
  8. 8. | Eurydice 2016 | Entrepreneurship Education Strategy S
  9. 9. Entrepreneurial Civic Education Entrepreneurial Culture Core Entrepreneurial Education Vienna TRIO-Model Entrepreneurship Education Source: Aff, J./Lindner, J. (2005): Entrepreneurship Education zwischen „small and big ideas“
  10. 10. Core Entrepreneurial Education Promoting core entrepreneurial skills, be adaptive, innovative and able to start your own project. Entrepreneurial Culture Fostering entrepreneurial thinking, open-mindedness, creativity, risk-taking, goal setting, self- initiative, and the culture of sustainability. Entrepreneurial Civic Education Developing new ways of responsibility, citizenship and developing partnerships that are beneficial to oneself, others and the environment. Vienna TRIO-Model Entrepreneurship Educatio Source: Aff, J./Lindner, J. (2005): Entrepreneurship Education zwischen „small and big ideas“
  11. 11. Education through Entrepreneurship (= Learning to become entrepreneurial) Education about Entrepreneurship (= Learning to understand Entrepreneurship) Core Entrepreneurship Education Intention Vienna TRIO-Model of Entrepreneurship Education A Primary Competence levels Education for Entrepreneurship (= Learning to become an entrepreneur) B Secondary C Further Education Entrepreneurial Culture Entrepreneurial Civic Education Mixed approach Non-business focus Business focus Curricular approaches to Entrepreneurship Education Source: Johannes Lindner
  12. 12. Target groups of Entrepreneurship Education Idea Intention Competences Resources 1. No idea… 2. Develop idea further, intention 3. No idea, but intention 1. Idea, intention, less competences 2. Idea, but no intention 3. Investor 4. Entrepreneurship Education / Consulter Source: Johannes Lindner T
  13. 13. knowledge skills passion & fire Competences Source: Johannes Lindner
  14. 14. Level A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Competences Developing Ideas • Attitude • Identifying opportunities Implementing Ideas • Working together • Organising Thinking Sustainability • Acting as a visionary • Financial literacy Framework of References for Entrepreneurship Competences
  15. 15. Framework of References for Entrepreneurship Competences
  16. 16. Entrepreneurship School Certification • principle of a two level model • depending on the level certain criteria have to be fulfilled to be certified • both levels comprise criteria from three sectors: – activities at schools/colleges – basics for teachers – organisational framework • evidence must be provided for all activities regardless of the level Source: eesi-impulszentrum.at
  17. 17. Entrepreneurship School
  18. 18. Entrepreneurial Challenges Learning Program TRIO – Model of Entrepreneurship Education Entrepreneurial Competences Entrepreneurial Challenge based Learning Research
  19. 19. Learning Cycle of the Entrepreneurial Challenge based Learning Competence Level on basis from the Referenceframe of entrepreneurship competences Reflection Feedback Challenge ComplexityoftheChallenges Source: Johannes Lindner
  20. 20. Framework of References for Entrepreneurship Competences
  21. 21. Challenge Level A1 9 years and older Idea Challenge Get your ideas moving! 4 periods My Personal Challenge Price and Value 4 periods Empathy Challenge My feelings – your feelings: Giraffe Language min. 6 periods (to one year) Trash Value Challenge Items from the garbage 2-8 periods Perspectives Challenge 20 Euro in one try 5 periods A1 = Primary School Challenges
  22. 22. Idea Challenge Get your ideas moving! A1
  23. 23. A1 My Personal Challenge Price and Value
  24. 24. Empathy Challenge My feelings – your feelings: Giraffe Language A1
  25. 25. A1 Trash Value Challenge Items from the garbage
  26. 26. A1 20 Euro in one Get your ideas moving!
  27. 27. Entrepreneurial Core Education Idea Challenge Hero Challenge My Personal Challenge Lemonade Stand Challenge Real Market Challenge Start Your Project Challenge Case Study Challenge Enterprise Challenge Entrepreneurship Team Challenge Entrepreneurial Culture Empathy Challenge Storytelling Challenge Buddy Challenge Perspective Challenge Trash Value Challenge Open Door Challenge Extreme Challenge Be A Yes Challenge Expert Challenge Entrepreneurial Civic Education My Community Challenge Volunteer Challenge Debate Challenge Source: Johannes Lindner
  28. 28. Entrepreneurial Challenges Learning Program TRIO – Model of Entrepreneurship Education Entrepreneurial Competences Entrepreneurial Challenge based Learning
  29. 29. Source Johannes Lindner/Gerald Fröhlich (2014): Innovation Book, Illustrators: Helmut Pokornig and Hermann Redlingshofer
  30. 30. www.youthstart.eu
  31. 31. www.youtube.com  Youthstart TV
  32. 32. Kontakt: johannes.lindner@kphvie.ac.at youthstart.eu ifte.at startedeinprojekt.at entrepreneurship.at eesi-impulszentrum.at Contact: Johannes Lindner Edition Entrepreneur

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