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The conceptual contribution of education to research on entrepreneurship education

The conceptual contribution of education to research on entrepreneurship education By building a bridge between the conceptual discussion of education science and entrepreneurship, this article demarcates the role of entrepreneurship education as a form of pedagogy and its connection to a progressive movement. As a form of pedagogy, entrepreneurship education changes the idea of the human being, brings action-orientation, autonomy and interplay between risk and responsibility to the centre of the learning process and challenges the previous ontological, epistemological and to some respect axiological bases of earlier learning paradigms and also presents new ideas for pedagogy and didactics. Thus, seen from an educational perspective, entrepreneurship can now be perceived as a form of pedagogy that renews the previous learning paradigms and furthers educational institutional practices. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Entrepreneurship & Regional Development Taylor & Francis

The conceptual contribution of education to research on entrepreneurship education

Entrepreneurship & Regional Development , Volume 27 (9-10): 20 – Oct 20, 2015
20 pages

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2015 Taylor & Francis
ISSN
1464-5114
eISSN
0898-5626
DOI
10.1080/08985626.2015.1085726
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Abstract

By building a bridge between the conceptual discussion of education science and entrepreneurship, this article demarcates the role of entrepreneurship education as a form of pedagogy and its connection to a progressive movement. As a form of pedagogy, entrepreneurship education changes the idea of the human being, brings action-orientation, autonomy and interplay between risk and responsibility to the centre of the learning process and challenges the previous ontological, epistemological and to some respect axiological bases of earlier learning paradigms and also presents new ideas for pedagogy and didactics. Thus, seen from an educational perspective, entrepreneurship can now be perceived as a form of pedagogy that renews the previous learning paradigms and furthers educational institutional practices.

Journal

Entrepreneurship & Regional DevelopmentTaylor & Francis

Published: Oct 20, 2015

Keywords: entrepreneurship education framework; entrepreneurship education concepts; learning paradigm; entrepreneurial learning; entrepreneurship pedagogy

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