Methods, Teachers and Innovative Programmes
Edited by Alain Fayolle, Dafna Kariv and Harry Matlay
This edited volume aims to bridge persistent research and practitioner gaps in entrepreneurship education theory and practice, as well as its relationship to main stakeholders. In 16 focused chapters, authored by leading international authorities in this topic, it offers new and innovative conceptual frameworks, research directions and illustrative case studies.
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- The Role and Impact of Entrepreneurship Education
- Chapter 1: Introduction: entrepreneurial trends meet entrepreneurial education
- Chapter 2: ‘I’m a designer, get me out of here’: can entrepreneurial education advance through learning from design education?
- Chapter 3: A portfolio of integrative and reinforcing pedagogies
- Chapter 4: Beyond content and pedagogy: the role of self and place in entrepreneurial leadership development
- Chapter 5: Explicit and tacit knowledge transfer in entrepreneurial education: the Method Approach
- Chapter 6: A study of the entrepreneurship education curriculum adaptation process among in-service vocational education teachers
- Chapter 7: Developing entrepreneurship education in Europe: teachers’ commitment to entrepreneurship education in the UK, Finland and Spain
- Chapter 8: Enhancing students’ latent nascent entrepreneurship in basic education
- Chapter 9: Teachers as role models in entrepreneurship education: perspectives from the point of view of entrepreneurs
- Chapter 10: Providing effective entrepreneurship education: a UK perspective
- Chapter 11: The assessment of transversal competences in entrepreneurship education
- Chapter 12: Entrepreneurship education as perspective transformation
- Chapter 13: Over one hundred years in management education: the evolution processes of academic entrepreneurship
- Chapter 14: The Rising Tide Angel Training Program: education for the ecosystem (not just for the entrepreneur!)
- Chapter 15: University business incubators: mechanisms to transform ideas into businesses
- Chapter 16: Prospects and challenges of disruptive innovation in the management and social science academic curriculum: a case study approach
- Chapter 17: Educating sustainable entrepreneurship: the case of the University of Groningen
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