This website is dedicated to promoting an enterprising approach to education - that nurtures entrepreneurship and enterprising citizens in all walks of life.
The material is also relevant to those wishing to develop employability skills.
The concept of teaching and learning in an enterprising manner is at the center of this website - regardless of the curriculum or learning area.
It has been arranged for Paul Kearney and other experts to share ideas and resources.
Take a close look at how teaching in an enterprising manner develops highly prized generic skills, such as entrepreneurship and employability. Most ideas are directly relevant to teaching in enterprise education, entrepreneurship courses and business studies.
The site is full of samples, extracts and videos that illustrate concepts and practices. Many of these can be readily used with students - or for the professional learning of educators. A new extract detailing 51 tips for facilitating action projects will be posted shortly. Let us know if you would like a copy.
Put it in Context
It is presumed the user will contextualise the ideas and material presented. For example the terms enterprise and entrepreneurship are interchangeable at times, as are the concepts. Experienced educators understand that business may mean one thing in one place and something else in another context. Ideas are easily adjusted to levels of secondary and tertiary education. Also the term pedagogy refers to the learning of both younger and older learners.
302 Examples !
Several practical yet sophisticated resources are available. The recently released Engaging Ways to Teach Business and Enterprise - The Strategy Planner is an ‘absolute must’ for those wanting to teach business, enterprise, entrepreneurship and employability in an engaging manner.
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