Evolving Entrepreneurial Education, Innovation in the Babson Classroom
Victoria L. Crittenden, Babson College, USA
Kathryn Esper, Babson College, USA
Nathaniel Karst, Babson College, USA
Rosa Slegers, Babson College, USA
The ability to enrich student learning is fundamental to the educational process and requires a broad range of talents. A truly great educator will inspire students through a well-grounded approach to stimulating intellectual curiosity and growth, while maintaining high standards of performance. This inspiration and stimulation requires a great deal of effort in course and program development, delivery, and performance, as well as the sharing of experiences.
The individual is the core of entrepreneurial thought and action, and this book is unique in that it offers insight and detail into how self and contextual awareness is created and delivered at Babson College, a school that takes a strong leadership role in entrepreneurial education.
In this book, educational scholars from a variety of academic disciplines share their experiences. These scholars view teaching as both a serious responsibility and a wonderful opportunity and have created a consequential learning environment that enhances intellectual growth and practical achievement. This book has been written by educators for educators who want to engage and inspire the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders.
To celebrate the exciting new release of Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom, three of the authors took part in a Twitter Q&A, #AskBabson.
We have produced an infographic summarizing their top tips on how education can help create the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders.
ISBN Electronic: 9781785602009
Publication Date: 18 August 2015
Format print: Hardback
Page count: 480
Dimensions: 152 x 229
Audience: Professional and Scholarly
"There is no doubt that entrepreneurs have a pivotal role in the economic development of a country. But do we know how to develop them? This book provides answers by examining cutting edge insights centering on entrepreneurial education. A must read for policy makers and university educators aiming to promote entrepreneurship."
Dr. Bodo Schlegelmilch, Dean of Executive Education, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business