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Notes on Creative Potential and Its Measurement

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The development of a new method of idiographic measurement for dynamic assessment intervention

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Quality of Higher Education and Structure of ICT Competence of Teachers in Ukrainian High Schools

contemporary approaches to its measurement. [online]. In Ukrainian. Available from: 16. VEMEBR, V. and G. YELNIKOVA, N. MORZE, O. KUZMYNSKA, A. OVCHARUK, L. PETUKHOV, E. HVILONA. Using EPRINTS for information and communication support research activities. National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine Institute of Information technology and training. 2014. 100. In Ukrainian. 17. ZAHORODNY, A. European Quality Assurance System of Higher Education. In Ukrainian. High School. 2006

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Methodological Issues in Measuring Creativity: A Systematic Literature Review

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Approaches to Measuring Creativity: A Systematic Literature Review

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Investigating Issues in Computing Education: Usability Factors for the Use of an Operating System Among African American and Hispanic American High School Students

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Study regarding the development of agility skills of students aged between 10 and 12 years old

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The Role of Human Capital for National Innovation Capability in Eu Countries

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Improving secondary school curricula through the development of agility

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The Need for Entrepreneurial Education at University


Entrepreneurship has been seen as a mystical phenomenon for many years. It has been a prevalent notion about success for talented and lucky people. The growing number of research confirms that education plays a significant role in fostering entrepreneurship and new attitudes to it. Recent measurements have mainly been oriented to education as fostering motivation for business-oriented entrepreneurship; moreover, growing attention is devoted to sustainability entrepreneurship. The article introduces the conceptual analysis of different education models and generated impact on entrepreneurial activities. The article also provides an interview-based research analysis about students and teachers’ early entrepreneurial intentions and activities. The present study confirms a significant need for entrepreneurial education in order to start, develop, and successfully realise innovative ideas.

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