Teacher Meet: Teaching entrepreneurial approaches to sustainability challenges (Bothnian Arc Cross-Border Entrepreneurship)
This seminar will focus on theoretical perspectives on entrepreneurial education, education for sustainable development and how to implement both in practice in your classroom. We will discuss three different methodologies, Design Thinking, Experts in Team and Backcasting.
Our host is Ulrika Persson-Fischier, Phd, a researcher and teacher at Uppsala University, and manager of the international master programme in Sustainable Destination Development. In her teaching and research Ulrika focuses on entrepreneurial competences to deal with sustainability challenges.
This event is a part of our digital innovation camp Fix Your LOCAL*. You are most welcome to participate in the teacher session whether you and your students are participating in the innovation camp or not.
Please grab a cup of something and join us in learning new things and expanding your networks!
WHAT: Teacher Meets: networking session around the topic of entrepreneurial approaches to sustainability challenges.
WHEN: 15.4.2021 at 10:00 - 11:30 (EET, Finnish time) 09:00 - 10:30 (CET, Swedish time).
WHERE: Zoom (see meeting link below)
FOR WHOM: The session is for everyone interested in entrepreneurship education and sustainability, who wants to expand their networks in the field of education
LANGUAGE: The session's language is English.
Topic: [Bothnian Arc] Teacher Meets: Sustainability in Entrepreneurship Education
Time: Apr 15, 2021 10:00 AM Helsinki
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Meeting ID: 820 8419 2904
ps. There will be more Teacher Meets during the autumn of 2021. We will return with dates and themes.
Teacher Meets are virtual networking events organized by the Bothnian Arc -project. The aim of the project is to develop cross-border co-operation in entrepreneurship education in the Gulf of Bothnia region. In the project's activities, students’ knowledge of the region's business life will increase, and they will be given the skills to both work and set up companies across borders. In addition to teaching entrepreneurship, the idea is to get young people involved in cross-border co-operation at school, which in the long run will lead to increased job mobility in the region. This project is made possible by financial support from Interreg Nord and Region Norrbotten.