This practice is considered to be interesting since primary school children have responded in a positive way, as they realised and developed actions related to economic concepts, which the curriculum provided for teaching only at the third class of High School!
Pericles focuses on building a new entrepreneurial culture among youth—essential to creating new employment opportunities in today’s global economy and solving our social challenges. To fully transform society, Pericles knew he must influence large numbers of people at an early age. The training in schools must be consistent and long-term. To do this, he integrated the “Educational Chain System for Entrepreneurship” into schools’ official curriculum. Pericles’ system of entrepreneurial learning begins with students in the early grades and builds on the knowledge and experience gained each year, through various educational paths, until the students are prepared to enter the workforce.
pfeg is part of Young Enterprise, and together they are the UK’s leading enterprise and financial education charity. They are a specialist ‘one stop shop’ for students and teachers, empowering young people to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need for work and in life.
Students are asked and encouraged to participate in group games, whose content is designed to correspond to the development of specific skills (e.g. literacy, numerical, geography, science etc.). Specific characteristics are usually left to the individual teacher to determine. Exchange of tested material among teachers is encouraged.
Er is in Nederland een groot aanbod van natuur- en duurzaamheidseducatie. Dit is grofweg te verdelen in drie vormen: lespakketten, activiteiten en locaties. GroenGelinkt zorgt ervoor dat al het aanbod vindbaar wordt.