The objective is to improve teaching the concept of entrepreneurship. After groups are formed, each of the group’s members prepares his/her own questionnaire with questions to be posed to a representative of an enterprise. Then there is a discussion on the creation of the questionnaires and subsequently the interview takes place. Extraction of conclusions. Final assessment of the extent to which the objectives were achieved.
Entrepreneurship is an important engine of growth in the economy. In this activity, you'll think about what an entrepreneur is and the key characteristics and skills that a successful entrepreneur possesses.
A school day full of creative ideas and intensive examination of "entrepreneurship". Students work in groups to find innovative solutions to economic challenges, and creating new, marketable product and service ideas.
The Entrepreneurial Skills Pass (ESP) is an international qualification that certifies that students (15-19 years old), who have had a real entrepreneurship experience, hold the necessary knowledge, competences and skills to start a venture of their own or be successfully employed. http://www.entrepreneurialskillspass.eu/
Competition targeted to high school pupils involves sending to the organizers solved tasks related to the activities of businesses. The tasks are case studies, closely reflecting realistic business challenges.
The business report is a written document that basically tells the story of your student enterprise. Starting out with how you came up with your business idea, through choosing your team, making your product, marketing, managing the books and most importantly the lessons you learned. Reading your business report is the judges’ first introduction to your business. This activity should follow the activity ‘Generating a business Idea’ and ‘Flash Ideas Contest’ and help the students on how to write a business idea report.
It is important to organize activities in order to give students/pupils the fundamental principles of entrepreneurship, have business ideas and how to start a business. Students learn the distinct differences between becoming an entrepreneur and being an employee. One of the goals of the activity is to get kids thinking about being a job creator versus a job taker. It is encouraged they understand that entrepreneurship is a viable career pathway.
Go to discover your creativity , from 14 years ... Explor'ado is an approach , together with tools that offers students discover their brakes to divergent thinking, these brakes to work in a fun way and to exercise their creativity, an essential capability in their education and development.
K&H Vigyázz, Kész, Pénz! játékos pénzügyi vetélkedő célja, hogy minél fiatalabb korban megismertesse a gyerekeket a pénz világával, hogy felnőve képesek legyenek önálló, tudatos gazdasági döntéseket hozni.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs helps provide aspiring European entrepreneurs with the skills necessary to start and/or successfully run a small business in Europe. New entrepreneurs gather and exchange knowledge and business ideas with an experienced entrepreneur, with whom they stay and collaborate for a period of 1 to 6 months. The stay is partly financed by the European Commission.
YoungFaceTV is the first polish national school media - a web video platform. Pupils can use the Internet television to present their school, local community, interests, their achievements as well as school events. The tv channel of a school may become an element of it`s public relations policy.