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YEDAC on the schedule at Teacher Summer School

Entredu / GreeNET Summer School in Greece sets focus on different options that teachers can choose between when teaching in entrepreneurship education. The event was a great opportunity for YEDAC to demonstrate teachers’ tools and the teachers’ room on Facebook.

Entredu / GreeNET Summer School in Greece sets focus on different options that teachers can choose between when teaching in entrepreneurship education. The event was a great opportunity for YEDAC to demonstrate teachers’ tools and the teachers’ room on Facebook.

Close to a famous Marathon site in Greece the projects Entredu and GreeNET organised a summer school from 13th to 18th July 2014. More than hundred school teachers participated in the event as well as researchers from EU projects in the field of entrepreneurship education. The organiser of the summer school invited YEDAC to present the project at the event.  

“I am very interested in the YEDAC approach where students are active learners and focus on competence based learning. They have to create their own learning environment and structure their idea and take initiative to collaborate. I think that YEDAC and Entredu can learn many things from each other,” says project manager of Entredu, Nikolas Athanasiadis.

Also among the teachers the YEDAC project was well received.

“I find the YEDAC teaching model very inspiring. It was an outstanding presentation of the project and I am enthusiastic about the idea to use Facebook. I am also happy to meet a representative from the project so I have a good connection to the project in future. I am looking forward to using the model and teaching tools in Austria,” tells Gerda.

It was communication manager of YEDAC Allan Nordby Ottesen, who had the opportunity to present YEDAC at the summer school. He was also happy for the opportunity to share the project idea with an audience outside the project partners.

“For YEDAC it is a great opportunity to disseminate the project and learn more about other EU projects that focus on entrepreneurship education. It is really a pleasure to present the project and also receive positive feedback from teachers who think YEDAC is inspiring. I am also happy for the invitation from Entredu and I think the YEDAC and Entredu communities can learn much from each other,” says Allan Nordby Ottesen, Communication Manager of YEDAC.

You can read more about the Entredu project at the website www.entredu.eu. Here you can find different didactical models and join different teacher communities.

You find the YEDAC teachers’ room at www.facebook.com/yedac.teachersroom, including all relevant YEDAC teaching materials.