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Entrepreneurial engineering pedagogy: models, tradeoffs and discourses

Oskar Hagvall Svensson, Tom Adawi, Mats Lundqvist, Karen Williams Middleton
2019 European Journal of Engineering Education  
facilitate entrepreneurial experiences in their courses.  ...  Investigating seven entrepreneurial project-based courses, three distinct pedagogical models for facilitating entrepreneurial experiences are identified.  ...  Learning through client-framed and student-driven projects Software project Students are presented with a problem from an external stakeholder.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03043797.2019.1671811 fatcat:atse3gqo7jcy7a3ihoco22kf5m

Mini-Project Based Approach to Promote Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Engineering Education

M. C. Padma, V. Sridhar
2016 Journal of Engineering Education Transformations  
Although engineers often have experience working with teams, most of them lack entrepreneurial skills, which can be acquired through education and training.  ...  Hence, it is anticipated to introduce a course on entrepreneurship and a mini-project in 2nd and 3rd year.  ... 
doi:10.16920/jeet/2016/v29i3/85226 fatcat:qkdks6os2nethhi4ml2gz2tj2e

Applying Authentic Learning through Cultivation of the Entrepreneurial Mindset in the Engineering Classroom

Lisa Bosman, Stephanie Fernhaber
2018 Education Sciences  
As entrepreneurship serves as an integral part of the economy, developing an entrepreneurial mindset through authentic learning experiences is essential for engineers.  ...  In this paper, the key intentions of entrepreneurially-minded learning are reviewed, and a guide for creating online discussions applicable to any engineering course is presented.  ...  As a result, many engineering courses, and engineering programs in general, have limited opportunity for students to participate in authentic learning experiences.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9010007 fatcat:aaodgrznl5hsfipsvjnwcewrcy

A Graduate Education in Software Management and the Software Business for Mid-Career Professionals

Ray Bareiss, Gladys Mercier
2010 2010 23rd IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training  
Our initial program built on the strengths of Carnegie Mellon's world-class software engineering education.  ...  master's degree focusing on software management and more broadly on the business of software than by a typical MBA.  ...  Students begin with the germ of a faculty-supplied idea for a software product and develop it into a well-researched plan for building a software product business through four courses.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cseet.2010.26 dblp:conf/csee/BareissM10 fatcat:52rcrnwgvvah7cs43qo2uzeoiy

Cultivating Entrepreneurial Thinking through IEEE-CS Student Chapters

Ann Gates, Fernando Naveda, Fanny Klett, Miguel Alonso, Rodrigo Romero, Dina Grewal
2011 Computer  
The CDEA also thanks the Kauffman Foundation for supporting the launch of a LEAD student chapter at the University of Texas at El Paso through a Kauffman Campus Initiative grant.  ...  Acknowledgments The Committee of Diversity and External Activities acknowledges the support of Deborah Cooper, the 2006 IEEE-CS president, who led the initial efforts to form a LEAD student chapter.  ...  various topics and activities that can facilitate learning and applying these topics to a project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2011.69 fatcat:hsvaf7uc4vguzg7t4ft6hukdje

Lean Software Startup – An Experience Report from an Entrepreneurial Software Business Course [chapter]

Antero Järvi, Ville Taajamaa, Sami Hyrynsalmi
2015 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Finally we discuss the challenges and opportunities of engaging students with different backgrounds in a hands-on entrepreneurial software business course.  ...  The course is evaluated through learning diaries and a questionnaire, as well as the primary teacher's learnings in the three course instances.  ...  If the customer and the problem were given, which is often the case in software engineering project courses, the learning would be limited to software engineering, project and teamwork skills.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-19593-3_21 fatcat:tl6m2cjogvdbtdqnwgjtlsqyye

Should We Teach Entrepreneurship In An Engineering School? Reflections and Recommendations

Nada Rih, Professor Mohammed Guedira
2014 IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSRJRME)  
Following a study of two years in a Moroccan engineering school, this article offers a general view of the results of a pilot experience of an entrepreneurship program as well as a digest of the conclusions  ...  EEP (Entrepreneurship Education Program) in an engineering school in Morocco.  ...  We believe that entrepreneurship education can be of a great contribution for engineering students whether they are employees or entrepreneurs.  ... 
doi:10.9790/7388-04433243 fatcat:ubjfybr2rve73kjphnmrmnfstm

Entrepreneurship in engineering education

Serge Luryi, Wendy Tang, Nadia Lifshit, Gerrit Wolf, Simona Doboli, Joseph A. Betz, Peter Maritato, Yacov Shamash
2007 Conference proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference  
In this paper, we present our view on teaching entrepreneurship to future engineers and describe our experience in introducing entrepreneurship in engineering education through an NSF-sponsored pilot program  ...  The recent changes in the world and engineering present both challenges and opportunities to the engineering education. Engineering education is changing to meet these challenges.  ...  We developed a special entrepreneurial course that can be easily adjusted to new projects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2007.4418174 fatcat:zydsji5mwzdolcn2djsh25kf7q

Supporting communities of practice in applied computer science studies

Ralf Klamma, Markus Rohde, Volker Wulf
2003 ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin  
The authors discuss the experience of a longitudinal study of the course "High-tech Entrepreneurship and New Media."  ...  The student teams are connected to each other and to their supervisors in academia and practice through a community system.  ...  Following this, students took an intense two-day tutorial on software engineering methods, project management techniques and other relevant issues.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1052829.1052843 fatcat:x353qpfm5nhy7nqeouu6et3ase

Creating a Truly Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurial Educational Environment*

John B. Ochs, Todd A. Watkins, Berrisford W. Boothe
2001 Journal of Engineering Education  
Arts through sponsored projects and entrepreneurial teams or e-teams consisting of students, faculty advisors, staff support and company mentors.  ...  The educational environment includes a Campus Center for Entrepreneurial projects; an entire building designed to support students project teams.  ...  Acknowledgments The programs described in this paper have been developed with the assistance and support of a number of talented people.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2168-9830.2001.tb00642.x fatcat:nk47dbgxcjhxlaoy2vnsuqwd6y

Pivoting Engineering Entrepreneurship Education Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tate Ning. Cao, Wayne Chang, Carlos Bazan, Kush Bubbar
2021 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
through immersion into hands-on learning experiences.  ...  This challenge is particularly true with engineering entrepreneurship educators since their course structures heavily focus on developing intangibles such as an entrepreneurial mindset and team collaboration  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank the Canadian Engineering Education Association's Board of Directors for supporting the formation of the Engineering Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Special  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.14941 fatcat:xfvoz35zmvctxecnndq52w6zty

Entrepreneurial education for students of non-economics educational programs

2017 Tehnički Vjesnik  
Original scientific paper Entrepreneurial skills are necessary for all graduates who are planning their own start-up business.  ...  Preparing and executing entrepreneurial educational programs for students with very uneven level of relevant foreknowledge was one of them.  ...  The project is focused on the improvement of (self)employment of mechanical engineers in the Brod-Posavina County by connecting education with labor market through Enterprise Learning Partnership and encouraging  ... 
doi:10.17559/tv-20161128153529 fatcat:3wbh5kih6bbrpivnjrwg5gpyba

PROPOSAL OF A CONCISE METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING ENTREPRENEURSHIP TO ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES

Marcus Lloyde George
2019 Zenodo  
This paper proposes a concise and effective methodology for teaching Entrepreneurship to engineering undergraduates based on application.  ...  Unlike many taught business programmes which conclude with students having vast knowledge on fundamentals of business, this programme however will give them direct hands on experience in actually building  ...  [1] also identifies all reasons for facilitating a course like that and also the methodology for conducting such a course.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2560939 fatcat:cj6zbapzfzbmfoyom6rq4tkhde

A SCALABLE PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING SYSTEM FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

Ralph Hanke, Elizabeth Kisenwether, Anthony Warren
2005 Academy of Management Proceedings  
The initiative described creates a new way to provide a valuable entrepreneurial learning experience to a large number of students at all levels.  ...  Nevertheless, the students' final projects and presentations suggest that the learning experience succeeded and students developed a realistic understanding of what it takes to be an entrepreneur.  ...  COURSE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE -THE STATE UNIVERSITY "ANGEL" SYSTEM State University provides the ANGEL on-line course management system to facilitate on-line learning.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2005.18778638 fatcat:h7vpqdj4qzbj7d3ryn6e5dtyq4

A project-based approach to entrepreneurial leadership education

Gül E. Okudan, Sarah E. Rzasa
2006 Technovation  
The results of a comprehensive assessment conducted to measure student satisfaction and perceptions of the course are included along with a summary of the experience gained while teaching the improved  ...  The current teaching practices in the course, based on project-based learning practices, have been developed based on a comprehensive review of similar courses and entrepreneurship education literature  ...  The authors recognize and appreciate the support of the GE Learning Excellence Fund, the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), and the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2004.10.012 fatcat:voqribg2fnfy7mmq2kjvmdhi7i
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