Formación EmprendedoraUn reto a explorar por la agenda académica en la era Covid-19

  1. Rafael Ravina Ripoll
  2. Araceli Galiano Coronil
  3. Guillermo Antonio Gutiérrez Montoya
Zeitschrift:
Cuadernos de pedagogía

ISSN: 0210-0630 2386-6322

Datum der Publikation: 2020

Nummer: 513

Seiten: 6-8

Art: Artikel

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Zusammenfassung

As is known, education has a positive impact on the development of entrepreneurship, mainly at the level of the methodologies used in the classroom. For education to awaken the entrepreneurial spirit among students, old paradigms and old pedagogical models must be broken. That is, it must evolve qualitatively towards new teaching models, where students are the main protagonists and responsible for their own learning in today’s digital society. In this way, teachers become a teacher and guide in the generation of new knowledge. A good part of this are techniques such as case analysis, simulation exercises, T groups, role plays, workshops, etc. All these didactic instruments, together with multiple other factors, are very conducive for teachers to awaken the entrepreneurial spirit of students in the Covid-19 stage.

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