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Let them learn through play

It is a child’s most obvious activity to play. The right to play is also listed as a basic child right and protected through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. At the same time, research shows that children’s playtime is dramatically reducing in developed and developing countries alike. So, take this blog article as a cry for all parents…

Developing the Autonomy and Entrepreneurship of Our Children at Home

Do you know that birthdays can be a good opportunity to develop autonomy and initiative in our children? Entrepreneurship must be a vital attitude and for this, it must be transmit in the family and encouraged from an early age.  The development of autonomy and personal initiative is one of the Key Competencies proposed by the European Union, included in the European…

From Entrepreneurship Education to Entrepreneurial Learning

Developing and promoting entrepreneurship education has been one of the key policy objectives for the EU and Member states for many years. According to European definition, entrepreneurship education aims to facilitate developing attitudes, knowledge and skills that enable an individual to turn creative ideas into action.1 Entrepreneurship occurs when an individual acts upon opportunities and ideas, and transforms them into value for…

Kick-off meeting in Matera (Italy)

Materahub hosted the kick-off meeting of the project on 10-11 November 2019. The level of dedication by partners is clearly shown by the fact that everybody was ready to work on a Sunday as it was the only date when everybody could be present to kick the project off having a common understanding about the job to be done. The partnership agreed…

About the Project

The initiative wants to develop an innovative model of promotion of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education based on the key concept that education, and in this case entrepreneurship education, happens everywhere, particularly in those environments where first education is provided (family). With that focus that entrepreneurship education has to be “taught” at school and outside school, that is as a formal and non-formal…

Project Outcomes

IO1  // Competence framework for key parENTrepreneurial competences It will be downloadable from here by June 2020 When developing the framework, the partnership is: Conducting a practice and literature desk review including collecting best practices and experiences from existing European projects, as well as case studies of entrepreneurship education in a non-formal learning environment to explore interesting and useful characteristics of frameworks…

Partners

Bantani Education Belgium | bantani.com Bantani Education is a non-profit based in Belgium, working collaboratively to drive entrepreneurial and creative learning. Bantani brings together extensive policy and practical experience working with public, community and private sector partners to embed entrepreneurial skills into any type of learning. We work to build collaborations and initiatives involving policy makers, educators, community and the private sector, to…