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Teaching Entrepreneurship by Heidi Neck, Patricia Greene and Candida Brush

July 8, 2014

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Teaching entrepreneurship in colleges and universities has become a commodity.  Thousands of schools around the world offer courses, the majority focusing on basic processes for starting and growing a business.   Over the past 10 years we have taught hundreds of educators from all over the world in our Price Babson Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators and in training community college faculty and we have examined the top 60 texts used in entrepreneurship education.  We find that the common denominator across all faculty, texts and syllabi is that the mindset is rooted in a “process model” of entrepreneurship.  What is a process model for teaching entrepreneurship?

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Denied Economies and Creative Performances by Kerry Thomas

May 29, 2014

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Kerry Thomas, 2012, Rumination, Chicago

Kerry Thomas, 2012, Rumination, Chicago

What has the economy got to do with creative performances and the making of artists and their artworks?

Over the last ten years I have been researching creative practice in university art school studios and senior school art classrooms. The focus has been on how students ‘invest’ in the creative life, oftentimes seeking to become creative artists, and working under pressure of high stakes assessments, to produce creative artefacts – paintings, drawings, installations, digital media works and so on. The related issue of what role, if any, do their teachers play in assisting them in the development of their creative performances and in what they make has also been investigated.

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