- On 05/07/2018
Developing and promoting entrepreneurship education has been one of the key policy objectives for the EU and Member States for many years. There is a growing awareness of the potential of young people to launch and develop their own commercial or social ventures thereby becoming innovators in the areas in which they live and work. Entrepreneurship education is essential not only to shape the mind-sets of young people but also to provide the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are central to developing an entrepreneurial culture (Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe, 2016, Eurydice Report).
Only On the 28th March 2018, the MIUR (the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research) published the first syllabus to make entrepreneurial education a structural subject into secondary school education. Thanks to the syllabus, schools will be supported in building learning path to make the students develop the abilities and competences to transform their ideas into action, increasing their creativity, innovation and risk-taking behaviour.
The syllabus is divided in 5 areas: 1. Business Opportunity; 2. Idea development, context and social needs;3. From the idea to the market: resources and competences; 4. Market analysis; 5. Economic citizenship
EUROCREA Merchant Srl is participating into this transformation by developing the ST BANK project. STUDENT TALENT BANK is a project aimed at transferring Entrepreneurial knowledge to secondary school teachers to develop an entrepreneurial attitude in their students.
For more information regarding the project, please find our ST BANK NEWSLETTER180418