1. How do you assess creativity, perseverance and team work? Martin Lackéus, researcher at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, explores a variety of assessment methods and tools in entrepreneurial learning that are easy for teachers to use.

    In addition to his research role, Martin is an experienced IT entrepreneur whose most recent company is an innovative supplier of a mobile app for education and work called LoopMe. In LoopMe, action and reflection gets intertwined through clear tasks that drive the learning and development process that give school teachers engaged students that reflect deeper in a structured learning process.

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  2. Kathryn Penaluna, Associate Professor and Enterprise Manager for the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in the UK, presents ways to introduce entrepreneurial learning into your classroom. In this very practical webinar, she runs the audience through activities they can implement if they want to teach entrepreneurship or any other subjects entrepreneurially.

    Kathryn has successfully delivered contextualised entrepreneurship education across the University's faculties, leading to her secondment from the Business School to play a central role in taking forward the enterprise agenda at University level. She is also an internationally renowned researcher on enterprise education and a regular presenter at conferences and workshops.

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  3. Paolo Montemurro, Project Area Director, of Materahub - a consortium of enterprises that operate internationally to support enterprises, startups and aspiring entrepreneurs, institutions and organisations through European projects - shares his tips and tricks of implementing and managing EU projects.

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  4. Alison Price, enterprise educator with 25 years experience, and Carol Langston, Head of CREATE, the Highlands and Islands Centre for Enterprise and Innovation at Inverness College UHI, explore practical changes that teachers can make in the classroom to support the development of entrepreneurial outcomes in their learners. This webinar will provide teachers with ideas and inspiration to take forward and signpost them to resources and support to draw upon. The webinar was recorded on 15 December 2016.

    Learn more about the three ETC Toolkit methodologies:
    Puzzles and Quilts: etctoolkit.org.uk/all-etc-how-to-guides/?toolkitid=1246
    Alumni: etctoolkit.org.uk/all-etc-how-to-guides/?toolkitid=1332
    Scamper: etctoolkit.org.uk/all-etc-how-to-guides/?toolkitid=1332

    Learn more about the SEE programme:
    createhighland.com/shared-pages/see-programme.aspx

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  5. Brikena Xhomaqi, Director of the Lifelong Learning Platform, shares her tips for writing successful ErasmusPlus projects. The webinar was recorded on Thursday, 17 November 2016.

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Webinar Series 'Ideas into Action'

Bantani Education Plus

This webinar series organized by Bantani Education and co-hosted by the Lifelong Learning Platform and Vleva focuses on new trends and best practices in entrepreneurial education as well as building capacities on EU funding – two key topic areas for the…


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This webinar series organized by Bantani Education and co-hosted by the Lifelong Learning Platform and Vleva focuses on new trends and best practices in entrepreneurial education as well as building capacities on EU funding – two key topic areas for the teaching profession.
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