Projects we are involved in…
We work collaboratively to drive entrepreneurial and creative learning in policy and practice. Below are some of the projects that we are involved with at the moment to embed high quality entrepreneurial and creative learning practice into formal and non-formal learning.
The ELYME project supports migrants permanently residing in the EU with a targeted entrepreneurship training programme. ELYME support migrants in starting up their business and support its growth for them to become self-confident, self-employed and build a successful enterprise in the host countries. The training programme and a thriving community of migrant entrepreneurs supporting one another is available on the ELYME website.
EntreComp360 wants to support actors in the lifelong learning sector to develop, validate and enhance entrepreneurship as a key competence. The project will set up a one-stop-shop website to help actors from across formal education, youth organisations, employers and business to make use of the EntreComp framework. It will make guides, toolboxes, MOOCs and other material freely available to foster the uptake of the framework.
EntreCompEdu fosters educators’ entrepreneurial education skills to strengthen their creative and entrepreneurial mindsets. The project adapted the EntreComp framework to the professional environment of educators and developed a free online training course. EntreCompEdu will also develop a practice map collated by and for teachers with practical examples of how teachers foster an entrepreneurial mindset in their students. The EntreCompEdu professional skills framework, online learning course, and practice map are available on the EntreCompEdu website.
ParENTrepreneurs aims to support parents and other family members in their role as educators to foster the entrepreneurial spirit and skills of their children. Bantani has developed the parENTrepreneurs Competence Framework that will be the foundation for a training course for parents. The project will also develop a social learning platform for parents to allow networking among parents and develop a guide to validation and recognition to help parents understand the wide variety of entrepreneurial skills they already possess.
Supporting Inclusion and Diversity in Teaching (SIDiT). SIDiT is a joint project between organizations, institutes and schools in Europe with an expertise in education. Our partners are located in Greece, Belgium, Ireland, Italy and Croatia. Our goal is to create inclusive classrooms where students will be able to participate at, interact and communicate with each other, while developing their skills.
YETI: Young Entrepreneurial Teacher Initiative. The EU has long acknowledged the importance of teaching entrepreneurial skills to students. It is indeed widely believed that this set of skills is decisive for lifelong learning and that if taught from a young age at university, students and future leaders will be enriched with a more innovative and creative mindset both in the social, private and public sectors.
YOUCOOPE is an European project that aims to encourage educational institutions to include the cooperative model in their curricula and to promote it among young students and entrepreneurs.The ten institutions that promote this initiative will design innovative training modules with resources, methodologies and tools for educators to integrate cooperative entrepreneurship concepts, skills and real experiences in their classroom. These resources will also encourage them to seek the collaboration of existing cooperatives from their local context, to both gain awareness but also to facilitate school-to-work transition and real experiences.
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Projects we are advising.
We advise this Horizon2020 EU-funded project that delivers and spreads a new approach for early entrepreneurship education within Europe. DOIT contributes to youth employment and to create new jobs in the social economy by nurturing in young pupils seeds for active social innovation: entrepreneurial mind-sets, knowhow and skills. The project empowers primary and secondary school pupils (6-16 years) alongside educators to apply open innovation methods, digital maker tools and collaboration skills to tackle societal problems.
Past projects we have worked on.
The Eco System App project built a one-stop shop of teaching resources for entrepreneurship educators.
CRADLE is an Erasmus+ project that developed a teaching methodology for primary school educators to simultaneously foster foreign language and entrepreneurial skills. The CRADLE methodology employs a cross-curricular, activity-based, student-centred teaching approach and is aimed at pupils aged 8-12. The CRADLE methodology including lesson plans and activity ideas is available for free on the CRADLE website.