The Problem

We need to reduce the increasing mismatch between the skills our education systems are delivering and the needs of society which is damaging the aspirations of Europe's young people and, ultimately their future well-being and prosperity.

The Solution

Teachers are at the frontline of education, and in a changing world there are ever more demands on their time and expertise. Entrepreneurial learning is perceived as an add on, and there is no clear understanding of how these teaching pedagogies and didactics can actually support curriculum and subject delivery while potentially addressing wider learning priorities such as learner engagement, citizenship, social cohesion or employability

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We want to empower teachers to rethink the skills they have and how they can be used, by seeing their own strengths and using them to improve the quality (and inclusiveness) of school education. We will build a bridge from the classroom through making direct policy and practice based links between the professionalisation of teachers, educators and leaders and how this can be supported by developing the capacity of teachers to deliver entrepreneurship education through their teaching.

Vision .

A world in which every learner has the entrepreneurial skills to be part of a workforce that is alert and responsive to change and capable of designing and implementing new solutions to complex problem

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Teachers

We want to empower teachers to rethink the skills they have and how they can be used, by seeing their own strengths and using them to improve the quality (and inclusiveness) of school education. We will build a bridge from the classroom through making direct policy and practice based links between the professionalisation of teachers, educators and leaders and how this can be supported by developing the capacity of teachers to deliver entrepreneurship education through their teaching.

 

 

School Leaders

We want school leaders to have tools at hand to easily implement entrepreneurial learning approaches into their classrooms, be connected to a community of like-minded practitioners for reflection, have the skills and tools to actively achieve education innovation for the benefit of teaching and learning, and see schools be embedded as central part in the wider community.

Policy Makers

Policy Makers face ongoing challenges of learner disengagement and early school leaving and often have no international indicators relevant to entrepreneurial learning. We want for policy makers to have a large scale tested professional skills framework for educators, have the tools ready for educator assessment and methodologies and a fully accredited CPD for teacher development. All of these will impact to wider policy agenda areas - employment, social inclusion, economic growth - to demonstrate the importance of investment in education.

Upcoming events

With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union