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2.3. How can I integrate entrepreneurship education into my lessons?

A starting point would be the Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Education. Available in nine languages, this practical tool has been created for teachers in primary, secondary and vocational education. The Guide offers over 125 resources, from which teachers can draw inspiration and where they can find practical examples, good practices from different countries, self-evaluation tools and policy documents.The Guide is the result of the "Entrepreneurial School" project, co-funded by the European Commission and coordinated by JA Europe.

Professor 2020: Entrepreneurship Education, Initiatives and Principlesis a handbook that provides examples of Erasmus + projects focusing on entrepreneurial education and highlights the factors that contributed to their success, thus helping other teachers to reproduce them.


And eTwinning offers valuable resources: the publication„Developing pupils' skills with eTwinning "presents successful projects, focusing on all eight key competences, including the "spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship". In addition, the teaching resources Young Entrepreneurs was initially developed as an eTwinning project, but it can be run independently. The material is available in 23 languages ​​and contributes to the practical development of entrepreneurial skills through the establishment of junior companies in a European framework.