It’s all about #shared vision, commitment and trust. An outstanding fishbowl conversation about the role of Higher Education Institutions in fostering resilient learning communities and the importance of properly valuing education geared the participants to share ideas and practices.
Moderated by Andrew Harrison with 43 registered participants across Europe, the first entreTime dialogue was an opportunity to go more in-depth on how to engage people in networks and how to revise the HEI’s governance to grasp this challenge.
Many thanks to Klaus Sailer, Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship, Slavica Singer, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Solène Moutier, EIT Raw Materials, Dana Redford, PEEP, Elin McCallum, Bantani Education for their contribution and have shared their experience and to the EntreComp Synergies for having co-organised the event.
Interesting hints for future discussion have been raised:
“We must rethink entrepreneurship education to not transmit only knowledge, but make it experiential, and change habits. We need to foster the development of competences (entreComp).”
Integration and mapping of enterprise skills into existing curricula – supporting colleagues’ understanding of enterprise and entrepreneurship
Post pandemic landscape – What will EE look like in 5 years? Will we as a community of practice be reactive or proactive?
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