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EE-Explore

EE Explore: Exploring entrepreneurship educations digitally

EE Explore is a collaboration between Engage and ECSB – European Council for small Business and Entrepreneurship – a virtual platform for research interaction globally about Entrepreneurship Education. We arrange a series of online events about the topic, towards ECSB’s 3E conference in May 2021.
Educators, Research
3rd December 2020

Entering the War Room

Entrepreneurs need to make decisions fast, in an unknown environment, without knowing all the answers. This is a group exercise simulating a board meeting where students are forced to make decisions together. If the board doesn’t give clear guidelines, what will the management do?
Educators
17th November 2020

Creating new opportunities

For the second time, NTNU and Engage offers an online course in entrepreneurship and business development. The course was held for the first time this summer and the experiences have been great.
Educators, Student
8th October 2020

Fast-track problem-based idea creation

To come up with good ideas, we need to understand the problem we'd like solve. This exercise is a fast-paced idea creation process, where developing a good problem understanding is the core and starting point.
Educators
17th November 2020
Green Item looking like radio

The Green Thing

Introduce your students to idea creation and business model development using the Business Model Canvas, while you stay in control and guide them past common misconceptions with the Canvas.
Educators
17th November 2020
Student group discussing

Reflection as a practice in Entrepreneurship Education

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?
Educators
4th September 2020

How to become an entrepreneur in a week

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.
Educators, Research
29th September 2020