A vállalkozóképzés formái

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https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2020.09.04

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teaching and learning models, entrepreneurial education, problem-based learning, project-based learning

Abstract

The participation of many well-trained and highly skilled entrepreneurs in the social and economic life is an important and topical policy goal. In relation to this goal, the question arises how we can train entrepreneurs in higher education. This paper contributes to the discussion of this question. It aims to present how different teaching and learning models are utilised in entrepreneurial education. The supply model emphasises knowledge-transfer, the demand model focuses on students’ knowledge-construction, while the competence model facilitates students’ learning by the shaping of and adaptation to complex, professional situations. The second part discusses these models with regards to entrepreneurial education. Lastly, the paper touches upon the issue of how the different models might reinforce each other.

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Gábor Király, Budapest Business School

Senior Research Associate

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2020-09-08

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Király, G. (2020). A vállalkozóképzés formái. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 51(9), 44–53. https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2020.09.04

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