AEVA hosted, from January 7 to 13, the first LTTA of the Enterprise Project (ENTrepreneuship Experience and Rising Professionals In Sustainable Europe). AEVA is one of the partners of the project that counts with teachers and students in the international working group.
The Enterprise project is a project funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ programme (KA2, Strategic Partnership for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices for School Education) and aims to implement collaboration between teachers, educators, project managers and professionals in the field of sustainable start-ups work at European level in promoting an intensive dissemination of newly produced teaching strategies and innovative ideas in the field of entrepreneurial education and sustainability.
The Enterprise project is conducting a pilot study on the effectiveness of the Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Education (EES) methodology, integrating content and practices, in an entrepreneurial and sustainable learning context.
The learning paths are mainly delivered in an e-learning format and address the needs of teachers and students on sustainability and entrepreneurship education.
At the end of November, the class 4CW tested the modules 6 “Taking the initiative”, Module 7: “Market research”, and during this LTTA the group tested Module 8: “Financial Literacy for Entrepreneurs” with the Italian partners, 7 students and 2 teachers from Palermo region, Italy.
The moments of sharing knowledge and good practices (and more) and fun were felt at the whole time and the collaboration between the two countries has given very interesting and relevant results!