Entrepreneurship Education

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The Entrepreneurial Mind-Set

The research carried out in Swedish schools (Berglund & Holmgren, 2007) suggested that entrepreneurship education was translated by teachers and school administrators from a "narrow" understanding of business creation into a broader concept best described as an attitude, or a way of relating to the world. More specifically, teachers said that in delivering entrepreneurship education they were encouraging a way of relating to the world which is characterized by "creativity, reflexivity and power of initiativeā€. This is consistent with teachers' natural interest in "learning for life".

Source: (The Oslo Agenda) Entrepreneurship Education in Europe: Fostering Entrepreneurial Mind-sets Through Education and Learning