Entrepreneurial Action in shaping Education for Entrepreneurship. The case of the KaosPilots International
The paper shortly reveals the history of a small school - the KaosPilots - dedicated to educate young people to carriers as entrepreneurs. In this contribution we want to explore how the KaosPilots managed to break the waves of institutionalised concepts and practices of teaching entrepreneurship. Following the so-called 'Dogma' concept developed by Danish filmmakers, this contribution aim to explore the key elements making up the recipes guiding the entrepreneurship training program exercised by the school. Key factors forming a community of learning practice are outlined as well as the critical pedagogical elements on which the education in entrepreneurship rests.
Intent Conference Papers & Proceedings: Conference - July 2006 Säo Paulo Brasil, 2006
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International Entrepreneurship Education & Training Conference, 2006