By Shipra Vaidya
This e-book offers an epistemological framework for integrating entrepreneurship schooling around the normal college curriculum. It additionally explores how such schooling could be inclusive and vital to the target, content material, pedagogy and review practices for various levels of college schooling normally and the straightforward degree specifically. It takes on board the advance of entrepreneurial proficiencies by utilizing narratives, arts and craft, paintings and lifestyles talents and home-community partnership. the appropriate goals of the ebook are to: (a) conceptualize entrepreneurship schooling in several phases of college schooling as an aim, an strategy and as a selected topic; (b) advertise the tradition of entrepreneurship within the institution approach; (c) identify a strategy in which powerful teaching-learning could be built with admire to the level to which entrepreneurial studying is taken into account to be an extracurricular task or as an intrinsic a part of institution schooling; (d) combine entrepreneurship schooling on the straightforward level, and its development additional on; and (e) establish behavioural results validating entrepreneurship improvement at school education.
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After 10 years of general education, the higher secondary stage assumes greater significance as students, for the first time, move towards diversification. By this stage, students begin to develop their own thinking and independence of mind. Their interests and aptitudes begin to crystallise and stabilise, which have the potential to shape their careers. In order to equip youths to cope with changes in life, it is essential that cultural and ethical values are appropriately stressed and carefully instilled in them.
1 Approach to Entrepreneurship Education 23 Advance Training Institute, Central Training Institute Foreign Training Institute Engineering College Technicians Apprenticeship 2-4 year certificate Universities/colleges ITI 2 year craftsman DGET certificate UP TO Age group 15-18 years [Age group 14-16: secondary stage Classes IX-X; Age group 16-18: secondary stage Classes XI-XII] Polytechnics 3 year diploma SCHOOL Secondary Stage EDUCATION Higher Secondary Stage [Academic stream] Adoption of National Vocational Vocational Education education as a distinct Qualification stream Framework (NVEQF) Leading towards selfemployment Age group 6-14 years Elementary Stage of Education (I-VIII) Workers without specific skills [The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009] Inclusion of ‘work’ as a pedagogic medium for acquisition of knowledge, skills, recommended by NCF-2005 [Workforce in unorganized sector approx.
Sexton, D. L. (1997). Entrepreneurial learning: A conceptual framework. Journal of Enterprising Culture, 5(3), 223–248. Chapter 3 Methodological Framework for Entrepreneurship Education Abstract Entrepreneurship as behaviour, skill and an attitude requires an enabling environment for its integration with various scholastic subjects that is, language learning, social science, science and mathematics. Given the multi-dimensional nature of entrepreneurship, there is a need to plan a methodological framework about the content and form for cross-curricular learning and integration.