Lets Get Entrepreneurial ! Entrepreneurial Learning In The Primary School
14.00 € / 105.00 Kn (Print)
11.26 € / 85.00 Kn (eBook)
Subject: Entrepreneurial Learning and School Cooperatives
In “Lets Get Entrepreneurial!” one of the lead teachers for entrepreneurial learning presents the work of a pupil’s cooperative in the manufacturing process created and implemented by themselves. “Lets Get Entrepreneurial!” describes the skills and knowledge acquired in a school cooperative work. This includes practical examples of entrepreneurial learning and teaching methods. Advice and guidelines for establishing a pupil’s cooperative and systematic methods are shared in detail.
The author describes examples of good practice in entrepreneurial learning and the work of a pupil’s cooperative at an elementary school in Croatia. The book is of interest to anyone who has been, is, or will be involved in entrepreneurial learning or wishes to establish a pupil’s cooperative. Outlining the key elements of good practice, Marijana Vrančić offers varied examples of entrepreneurial learning. She describes the principles of a school cooperative and argues for its value and significance.
About the Author
Marijana Vrančić was born in 1962. She is a teacher in the Primary School Prečko in Zagreb. She finished High school in Vukovar and graduated from The Faculty of Teacher Education of the University of Zagreb. At the beginning of her career, she worked as a teacher in combined classroom. She also acquired valuable teachers experience working two years with the pupils with special needs. When working in school, Marijana puts special emphasis on research and the implementation of active teaching methods and activities aimed at fostering pupils intelectual, emotional and social needs. Marijana leads the ICT section, designed for the elementary school pupils (age 7 to 11). She is also leader of School Cooperative in her school, where, together with her colleagues she works on the development of entrepreneurial competences in school practice. During the last three years, she has led demonstrative workshops for pupils and teachers. These are training workshops designed to introduce entrepreneurial learning in primary schools, within the projects supported and organized by the Croatian Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts. Marijana lives in Zagreb. She is married and has two daughters.