Chapter 25: What does entrepreneurship mean to you? Using implicit entrepreneurship theory in the classroom
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This exercise aims to explore the unacknowledged beliefs and assumptions that students have about entrepreneurship in general, and about the characteristics of entrepreneurs and their entrepreneurial actions in particular. It is suitable at the beginning of a course (or seminar), as a way to generate discussion about student assumptions and preconceptions about entrepreneurship. The exercise uses drawing as technique to elicit ideas and insights, and thereby engages students in group work when exploring entrepreneurship in an educational context.

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