In this curricular unit, students will learn about the relevance of education for entrepreneurship in the socio-educational context and the main concepts of entrepreneurial education and entrepreneurial culture. The defined objectives will be reached based on collaborative learning based on the interaction between student-student, student-teacher, and student-contents; in flexible learning in terms of time and space, in understanding that is also individual and autonomous and mediated by digital technologies and platforms. The work methodology is based on e-activities that will be decisive for achieving the objectives and educational success.
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Fayolle, A., Kariv, D., & Matlay, H. (2019). The Role and Impact of Entrepreneurship Education: Methods, Teachers and Innovative Programmes. Edward Elgar.
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Jardim, J., Bártolo, A., & Pinho, A. (2021). Towards a global entrepreneurial culture: a systematic review of the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education programs. Education Sciences;(May):1–22
Jardim, J., & Franco, J. E. (2019). Empreendipédia - Dicionário de Educação para o Empreendedorismo. Gradiva.
Ndidiamaka, E. C., Charity, E., James, A., Benedict, I., Lawrence, O., & Fabian, U. (2019). Economic globalisation and entrepreneurship development in an emerging economy. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 25(3), 1–11.
Evaluation is made on individual basis and it involves the coexistence of two modes: continuous assessment (60%) and final evaluation (40%). Further information is detailed in the Learning Agreement of the course unit.