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TRAINING THE NEW ENTREPRENEURS GENERATION. Manuel Montoya Sánchez. Challenges to develop entrepreneurship culture . Pattern Changes. Garage – Local – N ational - International. Everywhere – fast – education – social / environmental responsable. . . . OPPORTUNITIES.

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pattern changes

PatternChanges

Garage – Local – National- International

Everywhere – fast – education – social /environmental responsable.

opportunities

OPPORTUNITIES

  • The current financial crisis has been described.as“one of the greatest teachable moments that’s ever happened…”
  • Entrepreneurship EDUCATION gives students an opportunity to…
  • Employabilty
  • Personal finances
  • Character, attitude, leadership, values, solidarity
  • Economic Growth
  • Lifestyle

Not everyone needs to become an entrepreneur to benefit from entrepreneurship education, but all members of society need to be more entrepreneurial.

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What?

  • Entrepreneurialbehaviours and mindsets.
  • Selfconfidence, leadership.
  • Creativity, Innovation, abilitytothink “out of the box”, tosolveproblems.
  • Managingcomplexity and unpredictibility.
  • Basic business and managementskills.
  • Opportunityidentification.
  • Negotiationsskills.
  • Buildingrelationships, networks, social capital.
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How?

  • Interactive, learningcentred.
  • Multi-disciplinaryprogrammes (case studies, simulations, games, competitions).
  • Extensive use of visual, multimedia and digital tools.
  • Learningbydoing.
  • Mentoring and coaching.
  • Interactionwithentrepreneurs.
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Who?

  • Students.
  • Teachers and schooladministrators.
  • Professors, trainers.
  • Business people and leaders.
  • Entrepreneurs.
  • Mentors, coaches, advisors.
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Where?

  • Home.
  • Formal schoolsystem.
  • (at alllevels, acrossall discipline, compulsory and electivescourses)
  • Informal System.
  • (afterschoolactivities, training institutions, government agencies, work place, lifelonglearning)
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Young people have a right to

entrepreneurship education.

Every individual has the right to be exposed to ownership concepts, to the possibility of ownership, and to the habits of thought that lead to wealth

creation.

Mariotti (2005)

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EntrepreneurshipEducationRevolutions.

CHILE

RWANDA

NEW ZELAND

ISRAEL

ICELAND

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Entrepreneurship is not about magic;

it’s not mysterious;

and it has nothing to do with genes.

It’s a discipline and, like any discipline, it

can belearned.”

Peter F. Drucker