A vállalkozóképzés formái

Kulcsszavak: tanítási/tanulási modellek, vállalkozóképzés, problémaalapú tanulás, projektalapú tanulás

Absztrakt

Fontos gazdaságpolitikai cél, hogy minél több és minél felkészültebb vállalkozók vegyen részt a társadalmi és gazdasági életben. Ennek kapcsán azonban felvetődik a kérdés, hogy milyen módon tudunk vállalkozókat képezni a felsőoktatásban. Jelen tanulmány is ehhez a kérdéshez kapcsolódik. Célja annak bemutatása, hogy az általános tanítási/tanulási modellek milyen formában jelennek meg a vállalkozóképzésben. A kínálati modell a tudásátadást, a keresleti modell a tanulói jelentésadást, míg a kompetenciamodell a komplex helyzetekhez való alkalmazkodást helyezi középpontba. A tanulmány második része ezeket a modelleket már a vállalkozóképzés szemszögéből tárgyalja. Végezetül az írás a kitér arra, hogy milyen módon egészíthetik ki egymást ezek a modellek, majd ennek kapcsán összefoglalja a tanulmány legfontosabb üzeneteit.

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Gábor Király, Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem

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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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