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Practical Entrepreneurial Assessment Tool for Europe
Date du début: 1 sept. 2016, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Two teachers on upper-secondary level in rural Iceland are pioneering in their school to implement Entrepreneurship Education. They are eager to support their students to be creative and enterprising in the module. There is a lot going on in the course and many things to arrange and see too such as organizing visits to and from work-life in the area. The teachers are supported by teaching materials but the assessment methods are vague and require a lot of extra work from the teachers as they are used to one-correct-answer tests. We would like to support those teachers by providing them with a range of suitable assessment tools that they can adjust or use as they are. The basic training and emphasis in Entrepreneurship Education promotes creativity and action (entrepreneurship) and the importance of EE is now widely accepted although not generally seen as a core subject throughout educational levels. There is a need for practical and reliable assessment methods in Entrepreneurship Education in Europe to enhance this kind of teaching and learning and benchmark the qualities such education offers. We want to construct a model of progression PEAT-EU for assessment including a framework for the EE learning path from pre-school to university and those can be helpful for teachers, administrators and policy makers to assess where their school or educational area is located in the overall development within the framework. The main outcome of this project is to provide a Progression model for assessment in EE built on lessons learned and suggesting potential applications. This project will present an overview of innovative and adaptable assessment tools, including digital tools, for different school levels aimed at enhancing innovation and resourcefulness of all students from the lowest to the highest end of the academic spectrum. It will build on the collaboration of leading specialists in EE, their experiences and research learning from each other and harvesting the latest relevant European reports in the area. The project is structured around a sequence of peer learning activities (workshops) that will enable participating organizations to gain experience and to strengthen their capacities. On parallel, partners will share learning internally and locally among key stakeholders and discuss the possibilities of embedding some of the lessons learned in each workshop into the practices of relevant organizations and devise a feasible action plan. Each workshop will contribute to the co-production of a vision of success that could be accepted by all partners. This entails taking stock of the experience brought to the partnership by different organizations involved in order to set up a baseline. After each workshop knowledge will be shared with colleagues and other members of the local action group comprising schools and other key local stakeholders at the local level. Peer Learning Activity 1. Entrepreneurial learning outcomes, frameworks and progression models. Peer Learning Activity 2. Assessment of learning outcomes: Teacher perceptions, training needs and most widely used methods. Peer Learning Activity 3: Innovative approaches and tools to EE assessment: The third workshop broadens the scope in order to accommodate new perspectives the assessment of the entrepreneurial key competence. Peer Learning Activity 4. EE assessment at transition pointsPeer Learning Activity 5. Action Planning. Virtual or local level group meeting to take stock of the initiatives and experiences gathered. The project partners are willing to continue to offer advice and contribute to the development of quality assessment in EE.The main strength of the project and the key factor in the success of the development of the outcomes and realisation of the project objectives, are the innovative and passionate people involved. The focus of the partnership was to create a group of experienced people that have been implementing and developing EE on and in contact with different school levels. The project partners have background and knowledge of innovative teaching approaches and appropriate activites in Entrepreneurship Education. We aim to carry on promoting the results after the project lifetime is over through teacher education and continuous education.



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