Entrepreneurship Pedagogy

Entrepreneurship pedagogy refers to the educational strategies deployed to teach and assess entrepreneur-ship. The focus is less on curriculum design than on the underpinning educational philosophies, irrespective of the learners' educational level (primary or secondary school, college or university programs, adult education or professional courses) and the intended learning outcomes (such as developing learners' entrepreneurial skills, creating empathy with the entrepreneurial life/world, or starting a new venture for real). Entrepreneurship pedagogy examines the most appropriate learning strategies, including experiential learning, constructivist learning, and inquiry-based learning, as well as related topics, such as the changing role of the entrepreneurship teacher (from academic tutor to business adviser), the complex issue of entrepreneurship evaluation (what should be assessed, how, when, and by whom), and the need to develop ...

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