TRAIN-THE-TRAINER: HOW TO DESIGN AND PLAN A COURSE WITH ENTREPRENEURIAL AND INNOVATION ELEMENTS21/06/2022
With the support of Aalto University, a member of the EIT RawMaterials Community, a session is designed for teachers who want to integrate entrepreneurial mindset and skills into their topic specific courses. Course goal is to help teachers create a positive student experience, supporting learning of the selected entrepreneurial skills and competences and enhancing the learning of the discipline specific topics.
In the course, the participants will work on developing an own course in university-specific teams (min: 2participants/university), with the usage of small teacher teams and course co-design and co-teaching consisting the strongest tool for entrepreneurial elements development. The course will cover the following topics/ draft schedule:
- The need for integrated courses: student, industry and university education views.
- Framing of a course: including innovation and entrepreneurship
- Home assignment: Entrepreneurial framing of the course
- Choosing entrepreneurial learning outcomes for the course
- Creating a course schedule
- Supporting student teams
- Teaching staff–co-teaching and using university and ecosystems support.
Towards the preparation of the next generation of entrepreneur professionals of the Raw Materials Sector, Regional Center Greece extends an invitation to all members of the RIS academic community to apply for the training course and assist in creating a new culture.
This course is designed to train staff actively involved in university level training, planning, persons involved in program and curriculum planning, and external stakeholders interested in supporting the introduction of entrepreneurial thinking and teaching at the universities.
|Date:||26 – 27 October|
|Place:||Museum of Mineralogy, School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, NTUA, Zografou Campus – 9 Heroon Polytechniou str. Zografou 15780, Athens, Greece|
|Draft Agenda:||Download here|
The course will be held in English and for a limited number of trainees. Applications will be accepted by Oct 19th, 2022. The participation in the course does not require fees.