The Project aims to incubate and promote the entrepreneurial spirit in students. We develop curriculum which stimulate creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit. Measures include the development of specific lessons, incorporating actions on entrepreneurship transversally into different subjects of the regular curriculum. The model for entrepreneurship work across curricula as a subject in its own right. The way forward depends on each partner and educational system, curriculum, etc. One of the main objectives in the project is to create a set of strategies and educational tools from which a model for entrepreneurship can be constituted and integrated to regular curricula in order to achieve entrepreneurial students.

The teaching strategies flow from an analysis of regular curricula, experience and good practice from all partners, from the experience of relevant entrepreneurs and multicultural debate. Teaching strategies are clear, specific and easy to implement.

Applying these strategies to students implies a careful observation of results, analysis of impact, and a wide campaign to promote creative ideas and the entrepreneurial spirit of students. This campaign and its results is another pillar of this project, evidencing its effectiveness, teaching strategies, and providing an expression of young entrepreneurship.

Campaigns of ideas and proposals from students are based on a current, innovative means of promotion and dissemination: Crowdfunding. We are aware that we are working with students (often minors) and it is not always appropriate for them to use every available means for the promotion of ideas and proposals based on financial support. So we want to introduce a new concept more fitting to students: Crowd-Supporting: It means, students promote their ideas and proposals looking for crowd support using "likes" (the same as facebook), instead of money.


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