“Sustainability and Creativity. On implementation of Entrepreneurship in Primary Education”
University College Absalon/Professionshøjskolen Absalon, lok. B1.06
No conference fee
Check in, coffee
Connie Stendal Rasmussen: Introduction
Anders Rasmusen: Update on Entrepreneurship 10 years after its Implementation
Elisabeth Fernbach: Building Bridges – The way of implementing Entrepreneurship Education in Art Education of Future Primary School Teachers in Austria
Hands - on activities
Eva Fock: Gaps & detours in music education - how to make pupils curious and courageous
Head of primary and secondary education operation at The Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship. Anders has been part of the effort to implement entrepreneurship in the educational system over the last decade. Before this he has been teaching at secondary level by working as the headmaster at an “Efterskole”. Anders holds a master in educational sociology.
Music entrepreneur with the company: Ears Wide Open. earswideopen.dk Projects in and around schools in Denmark, Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands and Egypt. Music-antropologist, minority researcher and recently teacher.
The strengthening of talents, the feeling for one's own self-efficacy and the promotion of creative solutions so that the future generations are prepared to take responsibility for the world are becoming ‘state of the art’ of current educational approaches. Join me on the way through my Art Education courses. We willfind interdisciplinary connecting points and discover the arrival of educational fields such as Entrepreneurship Education in the initial teacher training in Austria. Currently, Elisabeth Fernbach works in Art Education, Inclusive Educa1on, Maga, BEd at Kirchliche Pädagogische Hochschule Wien/Krems, Austria.