Young people need digital skills to live and work in 21st century; ICT contributes to strengthen the learning of basic skills and key competences, to implement learner-centred approaches and strategies based on active learning. Collaborative learning, peer learning, creative problem solving, learning by doing, experiential learning, critical thinking and creativity are all characteristics which will develop in our students’ digital key competences and practical entrepreneurship skills.
Entrepreneurship education means developing a culture, which establishes entrepreneurial behaviour
Such competencies require active, learner-centred pedagogies and learning activities that use practical learning opportunities from the real world. Since entrepreneurship education is seen as a transversal competence, it should be available to all young people and be taught as a theme rather than as a separate subject at all stages and levels of education, the project introduces our students to the business world. The European Commission has specifically linked the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviours to activities in education and training. Entrepreneurship education aims at developing an entrepreneurial mind-set and behaviour.
Partners educate our students to take aptitude to prevent climate change. They develop small creative projects, making what no longer serves us can be reused, even being creative and giving it a new utility. Students can create prototypes to solve small problems of physics using robotics.
Students will develop their creativity through various lines of business that they themselves design. These lines of business will be on the recycling and reuse of different objects giving them a different use, and in find solutions to different problems, etc.
This project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, through KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for School Education.