- Producer16/07/2016A inclusão do empreendedorismo no currículo escolar ajudará a formar novos empreendedores?No dia 14/07/2016 foi aprovado no senado o projeto da PLS 772/2015 que altera a LDB (Lei de Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional) para incluir o empreendedorismo nos currículos do ensino médio e anos finais do ensino fundamental e orientação...
Comments18/07/2016 #8 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#5 One way of looking at this is that the entrepreneur welcomes failure in the system to spark new opportunity. The question is what is possible in an academic environment I checked out a MOOC provider in Brazil called Veduca founded by Carlos Souza http://www.swissnexbrazil.org/blog/lets-first-bake-the-cake-and-then-put-cherry-on-top/ MOOC's have become ways of reaching a wider educational audience - perhaps there is an opportunity to showcase excellence in entrepreneurial education. The academic way of addressing this is to outline a paper expressing the problems, the entrepreneurial way is to look for possibilities. That in my mind is the chief failure of teaching entrepreneurship - it requires an entrepreneurial mindset . Such a mindset is targeted to opportunity, to take advantage of any failure in the system. The other question is who is willing or will spur the vision to become a pioneer of this and thus create new forms of collaboration?17/07/2016 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitDear Gilson, in rough translation I can see that you have concerns with the role out of the government's program and that you have certain reservations what they are asking and this may be questionable value in terms the entrepreneurial education the kids receive. If you have little opportunity to change the system you will receive, the opportunity is to examine the system for what can be possible.
I look at three links randomly chosen by me and see areas of insight that could potentially be pulled into whatever the constraints of the program may be.
The first is a Brazillian girl Bel Pesce whose book unexpectedly viral http://thebraziliangirlfromsiliconvalley.com/ which Brazilian kids were drawing on this information for themselves and that to me is one building block of many stories that may serve to inspire. This is taking an inventory of things happening around the school that can be drawn in, and this idea of pulling this information in can be handed over to the kids themselves - so they are searching for these stories and helping build value around the curriculum.
Then I find initiatives between universities and schools such as this one http://www.euronews.com/2014/12/02/changing-the-future-of-brazilian-education-one-school-at-a-time/ again this is leverage but this leverage needs to to be pulled in on peer-to-peer basis, creating entanglements with sources of entrepreneurial knowledge that is available in the community.
The third piece is an old paper from 2009 detailing history of entrepreneurship and open entrepreneurship centers - again either treated as a resource or engaging students to discover historical perspective in order to inspire current needs. All I can say is that no matter how draconian or not useful a program looks, there must be inputs and imaginations that can poke it back into life.