RDC Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education (RDC ENTENP-ED)

Mission statement

Aims

RDC ENTENP-ED focuses on teacher training for entrepreneurship education and analyzes various aspects associated with enterprise that must be taken into account in initial and in-service teacher training.

RDC ENTENP-ED aims to create a forum for teachers, teacher trainers, researchers and other professionals interested in entrepreneurship in education. Its main objective is to share research outcomes and best practices in teacher training for teaching entrepreneurship.

RDC ENTENP-ED is formed by an interdisciplinary group of researchers and teachers working on projects related to some aspect of entrepreneurship and teacher training. It is open to the participation of researchers and teachers from around the world.

Topics

Some of the relevant topics of RDC ENTENP-ED are:

Entrepreneurship in Education. Researching and sharing good institutional practices, to include Entrepreneurship Education in the curriculum of teacher training and in-service teacher training.

Program Evaluation in Entrepreneurship Education. Researching the effectiveness of learning outcomes and educational programs in entrepreneurship.  

Methodologies and Assessment in Entrepreneurship Teaching. Presenting and sharing innovations, in the field of teacher training of all educational levels (from primary school to university).

Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Mindset. Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education over the creation of enterprises, including a wide range of personal, social and entrepreneurial competences, to the life and social development.

Entrepreneurship Education, and Venture Creation. In the faculties of Education, students and their teachers becoming entrepreneurs. Researching and sharing good practices in the area of junior enterprises and start-up, working together students and teachers. Also we consider in Secondary Education the “Mini-Companies”.

Social Entrepreneurship. Enhancing the concept of entrepreneurship to a wide range of social programs, social volunteering and social responsibility of firms.

Members

José Gijón Puerta, Chair. University of Granada

josegp@ugr.es

José Gijón Puerta has a Doctorate in Education. He has been a high school teacher, school principal, career counselor, adviser to the educational administration of Andalusia, and currently he is associate professor at the University of Granada. His research is focused on professionalization, teachers’ training for entrepreneurship education, the use of concept maps in education and training for skills, topics on which he has conducted different research works in Spain, Latin America and the Maghreb. Dean of the area of quality and research transfer, Faculty of Education Sciences 2012-2015. Director of the Research Group ProfesioLab (http://profesiolab.ugr.es/), and Secretary of the scientific magazine Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers JETT (http://jett.labosfor.com/).

Rosario Arroyo González. Universidad de Granada

rarroyo@ugr.es

Rosario Arroyo González is Professor of the Didactics and School Organization Department at University of Granada. Responsible for Group Research EDINVEST (Hum 356) of the Andalusia Government in the research field called: “Multilingual Communication and Technologies for Citizenship”. She has participated in research, innovation and training project subsidized by several government agencies. She has numerous publications in journals, books and conference contributions. She has made several mobilities, such as, to University of Bradford and Institute of Education (University of London).

María Teresa Díaz  Mohedo. University of Granada

mtdiazm@ugr.es

María Teresa Díaz Mohedo is Associate Professor of Music Education. Department: Didactics of Musical, Plastic and Corporal Education. Faculty of Education. Degree in Singing; Master degree in Education; Master degree in Musicology; Ph.D in Musicology. She has numerous publications and in her research career highlights the participation in the international network Alpha EVEDMUS (Evaluation of the Music Teacher Education Programmes), sponsored by the EC Europe-Aid Office (2004-2007), the D+R Project Professional course of female teachers, head directors and school inspectors in Spain: Democratic participation and instructional advances, 1970-2001, sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Education (2007-2010), and the Research project of Excellence Scenarios, digital technologies and youth in Andalusia, sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Science (2008-2011).

Manuel Fernández Cruz, University of Granada

mfernand@ugr.es

Manuel Fernández Cruz has a Ph.D. in Education. Professor at the University of Granada since 1992. Currently is Head of Department of Didactics & School Organization, General Coordinator of International Consortium MUNDUSFOR (Erasmus Mundus Masters in Professional Training). Editor of  scientific and professional Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers JETT

Ana Lucía Frega, Universidad Nacional de Artes, Buenos Aires.

analuciafrega@yahoo.com.ar

Ana Lucía Frega is a lifelong music educator, having taught at all levels of the General and Artist Education. She has a Doctorate in Music Education. She’s Head of the Center for Music Pedagogy at the DAMUS (Department of Musical and Sonorous Arts) of UNA (National University of Arts). During 10 years, she was the Principal of the School of Performing Arts at the Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires. She was member of ISME ( Internatonal Society for music educa>on) and she was elected President of ISME 1994 – 2000 (She’s Honorary Life Member since 2008). Since 2000 She’s Permanent Member of the Argentinien Academy of Education. She’s author of several books, as Educating for Creativity, Buenos Aires, 2009.

Pablo García Sempere, ProfesioLab Research Lab., University of Granada

pgs@ugr.es

Pablo García Sempere is teacher for Andalusian Government in a special needs school. He has worked in different levels of public education since 2003. Ph.D. in Application Creativity Programme, member of the ProfesioLab Research Team, coordinator of the Research and Teaching of Creativity conference (CICREART). He has developed different projects related to audiovisual creation in educational context for the Andalusian Government (Spain) . Currently, he is working on audiovisual creation and accessibility for a inclusion in education. Pablo is Editor of the Electronic Journal of Research, Teaching and Creativity, and Executive Assessor of the Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers.

Malcolm Hoare, Derby University

M.Hoare@derby.ac.uk

Malcolm Hoare Malcolm is Visiting Professor of Enterprise Education in Schools at the Institute of Education at the University of Derby and Visiting Professor of Enterprise Education at Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland. Having worked in secondary schools for twenty-three years before moving into higher education, Malcolm has also acted as a consultant for a wide range of UK and European agencies. Malcolm was a member of the Advisory Group for Enterprise Education at the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. He is an expert adviser to Entrepreneurship 360, an initiative launched by OECD and the Directorates General Education and Culture and Enterprise at the European Commission. He was also a member of the advisory group working with Lord Young and Number 10 on the review of enterprise education in schools and colleges. He currently serves on the European Enterprise Education Advisory Hub.

Emmanuelle Leclercq, Université Reims Champagne Ardenne

emmanuelle.leclercq@univ-reims.fr

Emmanuelle Leclercq is Ph.D. in Sociology since 1997. She has been lecturer at the University of Reims since 1998, Center of Studies and Research on jobs and professionalisation (EA 4692). She has cooperated with several books published in the question of the careers, the management of the skills, professionalism, writes several articles on the equality of opportunity to the university, mobility. She’s teacher in the Erasmus Mundus MUNDUSFOR, Master Degree for Professionals in Training (University of Granada, Spain; University os Reims Champagne Ardenne, France; University of Porto, Portugal; Akershus University, Norway and; Rovira i Virgili University, Spain).

Miguel Osorio García de Oteiza, University Francisco de Vitoria

m.osorio@ufv.es

Miguel Osorio is Law degree (Complutense University of Madrid) and Doctor of Humanities and Social Sciences (Francisco de Vitoria University). MBA (Corporate Institute). He teaches courses degree in Humanities and postgraduate teacher on issues of social responsibility of business, immigration and civil society. He has directed master’s degree and courses, and lectured in national and international forums. His research focuses on issues such as social responsibility of business and immigration, having directed regional, national and European research projects in these areas, from which emerged a Chair on Immigration that has run from 2005 to the present. From this research activity have been derived publications of books, conferences, articles, etc. He is currently Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Director of the Office for Transfer of Research Results of the Francisco de Vitoria University, (Madrid, Spain), from which coordinates policies to support entrepreneurship and business incubator.

Dana T. Redford, President, PEEP (Policy Experimentation and Evaluation Platform)

dana.redford@peep.pt

Prof. Dana T. Redford is Founder and President of the Policy Experimentation and Evaluation Platform (PEEP) and an internationally recognized expert on entrepreneurship and public policy. He has worked with the US Department of Commerce, the European Commission, the OECD, the UN and various European and African governments, and is on the Advisory Board of the Institute of European Studies. He is the International Coordinator of Youth Start Entrepreneurial Challenges, the largest policy experimentation project on experiential entrepreneurship education in primary and secondary schools in the EU. Prof. Redford has taught at universities around the world and was previously Faculty Coordinator and Guest Lecturer at the Haas School of Business Center for Executive Education at UC-Berkeley, where he did his post-doc research. Redford holds a BA (Hons.) in Political Science from University of Colorado at Boulder and a PhD in Management from ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute.

Salvio L. Rodríguez Higueras, ProfesioLab Research Lab., University of Granada

inslrh@yahoo.es

Salvio L. Rodríguez Higueras is Bachelor in Pedagogy and English Language and Literature, and he has a Doctorate in Education. He has been a teacher and adviser in the field of foreign languages teaching, and currently he’s educational inspector at the Educational Council. His research is focused on foreign language teachers’ advising.

Carlos de Sousa Reis, University of Coimbra

csreis@uc.pt

Carlos Sousa Reis has a Doctorate in Education Sciences, specialty in Philosophy of Education, a Master Degree in Educational Sciences and a Gradation in Philosophy. He has been Director of the Superior School of Education, Communication and Sport, from the Polytechnic Institute of Guarda, where he also was Coordinator Professor, while currently is an Auxiliary Professor at Coimbra University.  We was a member of the Executive Commission of the Iberian Centre Studies and his an integrated member of The Coimbra’s University Centre for 20th Century Interdisciplinary Studies – CEIS20. He are teaching several subjects in Teacher Education Graduations and Masters as well as Doctorates and was supervisor of Teachers’ Internships for 23 years.

Alejandro Vicente Bújez, University of Granada

alevicente@ugr.es

Associate Professor of Music Education in the department of Music Education. University of Granada. Trumpet teacher in the Professional Conservatoire of Granada. Degree in music. Ph.D. in Education. As a researcher, he has different publications both in the field of educational research and the dissemination of methodologies for the music teaching in Primary school and High education. He is currently involved in various projects related to work competences and entrepreneurship in the classroom.

Pilar Ibáñez Cubillas, University of Granada

pcubillas@ugr.es

Assistant professor at the Department of Curriculum and School Organization, University of Granada. Degree in Education, Master in Research and Innovation in Curriculum and Training, and doctoral candidate in Educational Technology. The most recent publications are “The use of concept mapping for skills development” Síntesis Publishers (2016); and “Educational innovation projects with ICT design and development process,” Pirámide Publishers (2016). Member of the organizing committee of conference ENTENP2014 Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education.

Emilio Lizarte Simón, University of Granada

elizarte@ugr.es

Assistant professor at the Department of Curriculum and School Organization, University of Granada. Degree in Social Education & Pshycopedagogy, Master in Research and Innovation in Curriculum and Training, and doctoral candidate in Education. The most recent publications are “The competencies of Social Educators” Síntesis Publishers (2016). Member of the organizing committee of conference ENTENP2014 Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education. He’s awared in 2011 with the Prize of Best Entrepreneurial Project of the University of Granada.

Manuel Ricardo Vicente Bújez, University of Granada

ricardovicente@ugr.es

Manuel Ricardo Vicente Bújez, has a degree in Music Education, Master degree in Education and doctoral candidate in Education. Currently, he develops his career as an Associate Professor of Music Education in the department of Music Education at the University of Granada and as a public Primary school teacher. As a researcher, he has different publications both in the field of educational research and the dissemination of methodologies for the music teaching in Primary and Secondary school.

Agenda & Activities

Right now we are promoting ENTENP-NET, International Network for the development of projects related to initial teacher training for teaching entrepreneurship.

Projects

Conference ENTENP 2014. The Conference on Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education (ENTENP2014) regarding Initial Teacher Education (ITE) was at the Faculty of Education, University of Granada (Spain), on the 5th and 6th of June 2014. The conference was organized by SEJ059, ProfesioLab, Research Lab at Training and Professionalization, University of Granada, with the special collaboration of Guarda Polytechnic Institute (GPI) (Portugal).

Publications

Gijón Puerta, J. & García Sempere, P. (Coords.) (2014). Book of Papers. Conference on Enabling Teachers for Entrepreneurship Education (ENTENP2014). Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada.

Frega, A. L. (Coord.). (2014). Creativity in Art Teaching. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Special Issue.

Hoare, M. (2015). Budapest 2011 revisited – An Enterprising Europe or a journey too far? Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 6(2), pp. 10–16.

Leclercq, E. (2015). L’enseignement de l’entreprenariat à l’Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne, des approches en tension. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 6(2), pp. 76-86.

Osorio, M., Urquiza, A. & Rodríguez, R. (2015). Value contribution of immigrants to society through entrepreneurship. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 6(2), pp. 101–112.

Redford, D.T. (2015). Entrepreneurial teacher training in Europe: an overview of European policies and developments. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 6(2), pp. 17–34.

Reis, C.F. (2015). Editorial: Entrepreneurship. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 6(2), pp. 5–9.

Contact

Chair: José Gijón Puerta, PhD. Associate Professor.

Department of Didactics & School Organization. Faculty of Educational Sciences. University of Granada, Spain.

Campus de Cartuja. 18071 – Granada (Spain)

Phone: + 34 958248396

Cel. +34 653965990

Fax:  +34 958248965

E-mail: josegp@ugr.es

Alt. E-mail: josegijonpuerta@gmail.com