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Tiimitehdas Oy ■ Uusipitkäläntie 6 ■ 40950 MUURAME ■ Aki Puustinen & Timo Ilomäki ■ www.tiimitehdas.fi

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Entrepreneurship Approach in Education in the Secondary and Vocational Education 2010-2012

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Coaching program I Orientation II Basic data of entrepreneurship school III Team and project learning IV Customer oriented marketing, sales and brand V Social media in entrepreneurship studies, education and business

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I Orientation -personal status of coaches -Finnish education system -Finnish entrepreneurship system -principles of good entrepreneurship studies -presentations of participating schools and teachers 02.01.13

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Aki Puustinen • M.A. (history) • Principal of Muurame Upper Secondary School • Entrepreneur of Team factory Ltd. • Coordinator of Finnish Entrepreneurship network 02.01.13

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Timo Ilomäki • M.A. (Finnish language and literature) • Teacher and councellour of Voionmaa Upper Secondary School • Entrepreneur of Team factory Ltd. • Coordinator of Finnish Entrepreneurship network

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Finnish education system

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Finnish entrepreneurship system • Main targets set by National Board of Education • National curriculum – active citizenship and entrepreneurship (OPS) • Local level - schools own curriculum

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National need for entrepreneurial actions • • • • •

Entrepreneurial attitudes are very positive Entrepreneurship actions in services getting strong Demand for young people ideas and know-how Need for young entrepreneurs Finland need more know-how and expertise in working life and business

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National goals ; year 2015 • More people think entrepreneurship as an career option • Participating and active citizenship • Creativity and innovations in education and working life • Positive thinking for entrepreneurship culture • More new entrepreneurs and business

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Principles of good entrepreneurship studies 1. Entrepreneurship as concept, creativity, challenging yourself , experiment 2. Most important is what interests student have 3. Coaching versus teaching 4. Students have active role in action 5. School management supports 6. Learning by doing 7. Team learning / community learning 02.01.13

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Presentation of partcipating schools and teachers • • • •

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Name Schools name Subject you teach Personal interests

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II Basic data of entrepreneurship school -Conception of man / Human nature and learning / Theory of knowledge -Dialogue and learning from discussions and other peoples thoughts -Entrepreneur School of Jyv채skyl채 area

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CONCEPT OF HUMAN What we think about human being ? ”People want to have good and succesful life.”

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CONCEPT OF LEARNING Active learner learns best.

Individual

Team

Project/ company

Coach team


CONCEPT OF LEARNING Active learner learns best.

Dialogue

Learning by Doing

Problem based learning


CONCEPT OF INFORMATION What is relevant information ?

Written information Theory Practise

Personal information Common information

Surveys

Experiences Books

Silent knowledge

Unwritten information


NEW LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

Ent채 miten n채emme tulevaisuuden?


LEARNING METHODS CONVENTIONAL

ENTREP RENEURIAL

Le a rning from te a che r

Le a rning from othe rs

P a s s ive role /lis te ning

Le a rning by doing

Le a rning from writte n te xts

Le a rning from pe rs ona l dis cus s ions

Te a che r in cha rge

Le a rne r in cha rge

Le a rning from te a che rs fe e dba ck

Le a rning from pe ople s re a ctions

Orga nis e d e nvironme nt

Informa l a nd fle xible e nvironme nt

No s pe cific goa ls

S e tting goa ls

Ca n´t copy from othe rs

Ca n copy from othe rs

Affra id of mis ta ke s

Le a rning from mis ta ke s

Le a rning from note s

P roble m ba s e d le a rning Gibb 1993


Dialogue – key to innovations

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Dialogue – where do you need it ? - Communication with other people. Gives you different perspectives - With dialogue you can solve conflicts - Dialogue is not depating. With dialogue we try to create common meanings - With dialogue we can improve creativity and innovations - Dialogue is listening one other

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