Reflective thinking could help our students learn more by connecting their experiences with theory and incorporate their learning into future tasks. Why and how can we integrate reflective thinking into our educational activities?
We all want to form our students to be able to handle situations they may face in their professional life. At Engage, we focus on developing our students’ Entrepreneurial Skills and Mindset, for our students to handle changing circumstances in an uncertain world. But how can we stimulate these aims through our education?
Earlier this year, we in the Trondheim Slush’D team set out on the task of identifying the challenges Norwegian Entrepreneurs face, in hope of singling out a concrete problem, an area to target and address.
This book is written for these teachers, program managers and university administrators. By reading this book, they will learn how eleven other European universities decided to solve this task and learn from their experiences.
Maiken Nilsen Stensaker and Gry Alsos from Engage address an important theme, entrepreneurship and gender. Together with former entrepreneur Anita Skog from Innovation Norway and entrepreneur Lisbeth Bjerva, they discuss what it looks like today and whether we are on the right track.
During the past two years Spark* has expanded with units at Nord University and Chalmers University of Technology. Now even more students have the opportunity to pursue their business ideas with help from other students with startup experience.