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Best practice full-stop: anticipating the spillover effects of enterprise education


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Jones, CD 2008 , 'Best practice full-stop: anticipating the spillover effects of enterprise education' , Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, vol. 4, no. 4 , pp. 123-133 .

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This paper considers the potential flow-on benefits that may arise from the increasingprovision of enterprise education. The issue of vulnerability is proposed to be a factorassociated with superior learning outcomes. Therefore, this paper aims to highlightthe use of student and facilitator vulnerability to increase the capacity for learning inHigher Education. It is argued that students benefit from having to struggle to find theiridentity within a learning environment. That group work can assist the developmentof confidence through which improved learning behaviours are adopted. Also, thedevelopment of good learning practices in the domain of enterprise education have thepotential to aid student learning outcomes in other areas of study. This paper providesanother means of valuing the potential gains to be received from enterprise education.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Jones, CD
Keywords: Enterprise education, learner-centred, vulnerability
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability
ISSN: ISSN: 1177-4541; EISSN: 1176-8592
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