The effects of experiential training in teaching-learning entrepreneurship in VET schools from Europe

Abstract

Following the training organized in vocational schools in five European countries, in which were used experiential methods of teaching entrepreneurship, through questionnaires applied to both students and teachers, the results obtained were analyzed, respectively the students’ perception on the teaching methods used by the teachers, the knowledge, skills, abilities acquired. In order to carry out the study, three research hypotheses were formulated, and the results obtained have fully confirmed them. The conclusions of the study highlighted the positive effects of the experiential methods on the entrepreneurship teaching-learning process.

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