STUDENTS AS MAVERICKS FOR CHANGE: A MODEL FOR INTRODUCING EDUCATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING

Dr. Marium Din

Abstract


The paper is aimed at highlighting the importance of engaging students in educational entrepreneurship.This paper discusses the possibilities to engage students to start their own educational enterprise. These educational enterprises may be small schools, tuition centers, early-childhood education centers and primary schools, etc with limited resources. The 5-stage entrepreneurial model in the context of educational entrepreneurship is also discussed.Moreover this paper suggests a model for Diploma in Educational Entrepreneurship. This dynamic training/education will develop the workforce that will be passionate and prepared for hard work to educate the students in this fast changing environment.

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Mavericks, entrepreneurship, educational entrepreneurship

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