Workshop invitation: Entrepreneurship from the bench Vol.1, organized by the Faculty of Education of Charles University in cooperation with the Innovation Lab. The aim of the workshop is to provide primary and secondary school teachers and teachers at High Schools as well as future teachers with examples of good practice in teaching ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
The purpose of the workshop is to introduce participants to examples of good practice in entrepreneurship and tandem teaching, to teach them how to use experiential and other methods in teaching entrepreneurship and collaborative networking.
Several interesting guests will participate in the workshop.
Guests and their topics:
Introduction to entrepreneurship
– Kateřina Lichtenberková (National Institute of Education)
Teacher and entrepreneur in tandem
– Tomáš Vavrda, Tatiana Šárovcová (OA Heroldovy sady)
How to get ideas out of children?
– Veronika Šancová (Prototypes)
Skills Builder methodology, formative assessment
– Romana Šloufová (Schola Empirica) and Jana Doležalová (Vimperk Primary School, Smetanova Street)
What do students encounter during project-based learning and how does such learning take place in our country?
– Alena Putinová and Kristýna Žižková (Polytechnic Secondary School, Kyjov)
The event will take place on Wednesday 9 February from 2 to 5 pm online on Zoom in Czech.
FB event: https://fb.me/e/4HPIhi7Gw
More info: https://www.inovacnilaborator.cz/projekty/ikap-ii/
The Innovation Lab at Charles University is part of the Centre for Knowledge Transfer at Charles University. The Innovation Lab is a sub-activity of the iKAP II project “Entrepreneurship”, which is managed by the Faculty of Education of Charles University.
About iKAP II – Entrepreneurship:
The Implementation of Regional Action Plans II (iKAP II) project is implemented by the Prague City Hall and falls under the Faculty of Education at Charles University. One of the project sub-activities at Charles University is “Entrepreneurship”, which is undertaken by the Innovation Laboratory of the Charles University under the Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer of the Charles University. The aim of the sub-activity is to provide primary and secondary school teachers with examples of good practice in supporting young innovators: pupils who have the desire, will and skills to take an active approach to solving the problems around them.
iKAP II – Innovation in Education. Project registration number: CZ.02.3.68/0.0/0.0/19_078/0021106