The third intensive week of the EIPTE project (Entrepreneurship in Initial Primary Teacher Education) took place from 1 to 5 April.
During these days, 65 future entrepreneurial teachers (teacherpreneurs) participated in a specific program on entrepreneurship based on the design thinking methodology. In addition, they were accompanied by twenty teachers, researchers and staff from the six collaborating Higher Education institutions, from which the 65 students come:
- Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool Antwerpen, The Netherlands
- Leuphania University of Lüneburg, Germany
- Mid Sweden University, Sweden
- Universidad de Deusto, Spain
- University College Sjælland, Denmark
- University of Appled Sciences, Vilniaus Kolegija, Lithuania
+ Fonden for Entreprenørskab, Denmark and Technichus Science Center, Sweden
During the week, the participants had the opportunity to exchange points of view, see different ways to carry out entrepreneurial projects or talk and debate with experts in the field.
The EIPTE project is coordinated in Bilbao by Professor Arantza Arruti – member of the team Education Research – eDucaR and brings together colleagues from 6 countries (Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Lithuania, Sweden and Spain). Its aim is to increase the number of higher education institutions that develop entrepreneurial education.