ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AT SCHOOL

The ability to turn ideas into action

Regione Toscana Cabinet - Palazzo Strozzi Sacrati - Florence
Friday, 20th of December

MIUR, referring to the 2012 Communication from European Commission “Rethinking Education: Investing in skills for better socio-economic outcomes “ and 2016 Communication, “A new skills agenda for Europe”, based on EntreComp conceptual model, in 2018 issued a circular letter to “Promote entrepreneurship education in public and private secondary schools in Italy and abroad”. The meeting, held within the European project “Self-Entrepreneurship: How to turn ideas into action”, analyses from many points of view Entrepreneurship

Education at school, through the participations of speakers belonging to the world of Education (MIUR), Public Administration (Regione Toscana) and Entrepreneurship (Unioncamere Toscana).
At the end of the meeting, “Benvenuto Cellini High School” from Florence, leader of the European project Self-E, and “Liepajas Raina 6. Vidusskola”, partner school from Latvia, will show their good practices on entrepreneurship education in their schools.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AT SCHOOL

The ability to turn ideas into action

Regione Toscana Cabinet - Palazzo Strozzi Sacrati - Florence
Friday, 20th of December

MIUR, referring to the 2012 Communication from European Commission “Rethinking Education: Investing in skills for better socio-economic outcomes “ and 2016 Communication, “A new skills agenda for Europe”, based on EntreComp conceptual model, in 2018 issued a circular letter to “Promote entrepreneurship education in public and private secondary schools in Italy and abroad”. The meeting, held within the European project “Self-Entrepreneurship: How to turn ideas into action”, analyses from many points of view Entrepreneurship

Education at school, through the participations of speakers belonging to the world of Education (MIUR), Public Administration (Regione Toscana) and Entrepreneurship (Unioncamere Toscana).
At the end of the meeting, “Benvenuto Cellini High School” from Florence, leader of the European project Self-E, and “Liepajas Raina 6. Vidusskola”, partner school from Latvia, will show their good practices on entrepreneurship education in their schools.


Antonio Corrado

Teacher, IIS Benvenuto Cellini, Firenze (Italy)

Gabriele Toccafondi

Hon. Deputy, Member of the VII Commission,
Culture Science and Education, Rome (Italy)

Cristina Grieco

Councillor for Education, Training and Work Tuscany
Region (Italy), (Gov. Council E. Rossi ‘19)

Miriana Bucalossi

European Training Policies and Projects Officer
Tuscany Region (Italy)

Cristina Martelli

General Secretary,
Camera di Commercio di Pisa (Italy)

Karlis Strautins

Headmaster,
Liepajas Raina 6. Vidusskola-Liepajas (Latvia)

Ercan Küçükarslan

Teacher, Mamak Ortaköy 80.Yıl Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi, Ankara (Turkey)

Raija Salo

Teacher, Forssa Vocational Institute, Forssa (Finland)

Fátima Ballesteros Larrotcha

Teacher, Centro De Formación
Internacional Reina Isabel, Granada (Spain)

John Chiotelis

Teacher, Experimental High School of University of Patras (Greece)