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Transcript of Entrepreneurship Education
"Role of an INTERMEDIATE ORGANIZATION in implementation of EE in the Education System”. (Andalusian Model) BACKGROUND Implementation of EE in the Education System must be a working team between: Public Institutions
Boards of Schools
Intermediates Organizations. WHO WE ARE? A regional government foundation which, through more than 200 Centers of Business Development Support (CADES) WHAT DO WE DO? Promotes entrepreneurship
Self-employment in different fields (educational system) ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICIES The South Regional Ministry, through Andalucía Emprende:
Andalusia Emprende is a link between schools and companies, so in that way we sensibilize students with the importance of the entrepreneurship culture and then we put them in touch with our enterprises that we help to star up. POLICIES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ANDALUSIA The Regional Government of Andalusia, in the framework of "The European Agenda for Entrepreneurship", has developed an education and training policy which aims to provide entrepreneurial attitudes and skills to students in public educational system of Andalusia.. OBJECTIVES To promote the values of entrepreneurial culture, especially innovation, creativity, responsibility
Entrepreneurship at all educational levels in Andalusia
To involve Andalusia society, through all its stakeholders,
To promote the entrepreneurial culture in all educational levels
To support them with entrepreneurial initiatives that encourage a continuous improvement of the Andalusia Educative Model.
To can be improved and more innovative, in student learning, and the work of teachers. This Plan (2011) has 154 actions developed by the South Regional Educational Ministry and the South Regional Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment Ministry, through Andalusia Emprende, among others. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION Action 114:Mini Companies
Students has to learn how to create and manage their own businesses and to sell their products. OBJECTIVES: Enhancing the entrepreneurial culture among young Andalusian people;
Increasing the social image of the entrepreneur person;
Using endogenous resources, contacting with social institutions, their local agents, all stakeholders,
Promoting business and entrepreneurial students
Training, and developing of their entrepreneurial skills. Action 49. Development of complementary and extracurricular entrepreneurial activities Students can see by themselves how a real company works and its daily management:
To visits companies ACTION 48: ENTREPRENEURSHIP FAIRS Students have the opportunity to sell their products created along the year and prove if their business works and also to show everybody (stakeholders in general) their efforts. ACTION 59. DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES TO INTEGRATE THEM INTO THE CURRICULUM To stimulate innovation and entrepreneurial skills in students, incorporating crossed curriculum contents, and social corporate responsibility. ACTION 138. MY ENTREPRENEUR MUNICIPALITY to provide students with the necessary information about the municipality to carry out local entrepreneurship projects. Through a digital tool called Intelligence System of Geographic Information, students can analyze the ecosystem of the municipality
The purpose is to promote the values of entrepreneurial culture especially innovation, creativity, responsibility and entrepreneurship at all educational levels in Andalusia. FOR VOCATIONAL STUDENTS ACTIONc 49: DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEMENTARY AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP, such as visits to business incubators. ACTION 51: CICERONE INITIATIVE To guide the final projects of the vocational training students to the institutions that can facilitate their implementation, mainly those one included in the entrepreneur world, such as Chambers of Commerce and Centers of Business Development Support (CADES) ACTION 105: BUSINESS IDEA COMPETITION AMONG VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL STUDENTS IN ANDALUSIA ACTION 145: ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXPERIENCES: A professional technique from Centers of Business Development Support (CADES) motivate Students with the possibility of creating their own business through entrepreneur workshops and also with the speech of a Entrepreneur person who already has his own business to tell them his experiences (failures, achievements…). THE ROLE OF SCHOOLS Management teams of schools: The implication of Entrepreneur Culture in Educational Centers must be a clear commitment and unanimous from the whole management team. No teachers will work on EE if the school board is not convinced of the necessity of the entrepreneur Education.
Teachers: The role of the teacher in the implementation of Entrepreneur Education is very important. The teacher must be motivated, trained in EE through courses, seminars, workshops….they must have resources to carry out a correct Entrepreneur Education
Parents: Parents associations and families must support school policy on Entrepreneur Education.
Students: the target group of these policies and measures are students. that´s why students should be sensitized before taking part in some EE. They should be aware of the importance of this type of education for their personal and professional future.