If our collective goal is a more sustainable present and future, we must manifest, encourage and impart values that contribute towards that goal. – Yona Sipos et al. p.70
With the great power of teaching comes great responsibility—not just for the students, but for all the things that education can and should change. Sustainability is one of those things, and perhaps more so in entrepreneurship education than any other discipline. Future entrepreneurs have the possibility to truly transform our society into a more sustainable one, and it is up to those of us who educate them to provide them with the right tools and conditions to make that possibility a reality. That is why this workshop will introduce the theory and methods of entrepreneurship education with a focus on sustainable entrepreneurship.
Drawing from her many years of experience in the field, Dr Rita Klapper will lead the workshop with a holistic and collaborative approach, taking theoretical inspiration from John Shotter’s phenomenology of insider perspectives as well as the Head, Hands, and Heart principle put forward by Yona Sipos et al. in 2008. The workshop will familiarise participants with these concepts and a range of examples of how they have been applied in the context of sustainable entrepreneurship education.
Breakout rooms will be available to further explore the topics of the workshop in smaller groups of participants.
Dr Rita Klapper is (Associate) Research Professor for Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at IDRAC Business School in Lyon, France, and holds a Visiting Professor position at IREES, the Institute for Integrated Research on Energy, Environment and Society at the University of Groningen.
Gustav Hägg holds a PhD from Lund University, Sweden within the research field of entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial learning focused on how reflective thinking could become more integrated in the learning process of students’ entrepreneurs. He is currently a senior lecturer at Malmö University, Sweden.
ECSB is co-branding the event.
Educators from all universities and disciplines are welcome to apply. Registration is open until April 12th, the number of seast is limited.