The “Creative Mindsets. Entrepreneurial Futures” seminar was held on 1 March 2016 from 13:30 to 17:00 at vleva (Kortenberglaan 71, 1000 Brussels).
Europe needs an entrepreneurial generation. The challenges we face in both life and work demand a new set of skills, to develop and implement creative and entrepreneurial solutions.
Interacting with others in new ways
Having the creativity to put knowledge to good use
Transforming innovative ideas into entrepreneurial value - either economic, social, environmental or cultural
In this seminar, the Liaison agency Flanders-Europe (vleva), the ReSET network and international experts will explore:
Are European education systems delivering entrepreneurship education?
How can education build creative and entrepreneurial mindsets?
What is needed to support change?
13:30 Registration and coffee
14:00 Setting the Scene
Åse Højlund Nielsen (Central Denmark EU Office) and Elin McCallum (Bantani Education)
14:15 Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe
Results of the new 2016 Eurydice Study, Ania Bourgeois (European Commission)
14:45 European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework
Developing a learning outcomes approach, Margherita Bacigalupo (IPTS, European Commission)
15:30 How can education develop the creative mindset?
Professor Andy Penaluna and Kath Penaluna (International Institute for Creative Entrepreneurial Development, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, UK)
16:15 Workshop: Supporting change
Starting points and collaboration towards an entrepreneurial future for education
19:30 Informal dinner
All participants are invited to continue networking at an informal dinner in Brussels city centre
Elin McCallum, firstname.lastname@example.org or T 0032 (0) 471423917
Åse Højlund Nielsen, email@example.com or T 0032 (0) 22308732
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