The Digitizing Social Entrepreneurship Education project explores the potential of ICT and gamification to make entrepreneurship education more interesting to young people. It aims to promote entrepreneurship as aviable employment option for young people in Europe and Asia through improving the quality of education programs about the topic matter.
The DSEE Europe-Asia Conference wishes to engage other actors – relevant public bodies, universities, and private sector – in a dialogue to share knowledge, solutions and potential points of collaboration in the future. This is done with the hope of expanding ICT’s part in promoting social entrepreneurship as aviable employment alternative for young people.
The Conference aims:
- To promote multi-stakeholder collaboration of different actors to mainstream ICT in entrepreneurship education programs;
- To showcase ICT products that enhance the accessibility and inclusivity of entrepreneurship/skills development programs for young people;
- To share knowledge on the entrepreneurship culture in Europe and Asia through the eyes of academics and entrepreneurs.
To join us fill in registration form: http://bit.ly/DSEEregister
Facebook event: http://bit.ly/2dVWSDo
|09:30 – 10:30||Registration|
|10:30 – 12:00||Session 1: ICT and Entrepreneurship Education
This plenary session invites 3-4 speakers from the public sector, private companies, youth organization and universities to share their experience in how ICT complements entrepreneurship-related education. Each speaker is given 10 minutes for his/her presentation; and will join a 20-minute panel discussion facilitated by a moderator.
10:30-10:50 dr Marcin Wardaszko (Kozminski University, Poland) “Business Simulation and Experiential Learning from a European Context”
10:50-11:20 Prof. K.V Prabhakara (University of Mysore, India) “Early introduction to social entrepreneurship in schools and colleges – student self help and social business groups”
11:20-11:40 Lina Klemkaite (Social Creativity Lab, Spain)
11:40-12:00 Open Forum / Question and Answers
|12:00 – 13:00||Session 2: Gamification and Entrepreneurship Education
This session will focus on understanding gamification and other design principles that can help applications and programmes more engaging for learners.
Dr. Marcin Wardaszko (Kozminski University, Poland) – Introduction to gamification
Mr. Michal Jakubowski (Kozminski University, Poland) – Game presentation
|13:00 – 14:00||Break (snacks)|
|14:00 – 15:30||Session 3: ICT Solutions and Learning Entrepreneurship through Non Formal Education
Volunteering, Internship and Exchange
14:00-14:20 dr Błażej Podgórski (Kozminski University, Poland) “Game as a non formal education tool”
14:20-14:40 Mr. Rior Santos (President, Institute for Global Education, Exchange and Internship (IGEEI), Philippines) “Volunteering, Internship, Exchange and Youth Mobility : Hands on Learning of Entrepreneurship”
14:40-15:00 Dr Laximi Prasad Ghimire (Nepal) “Microcredit led social entrepreneurship and sustainable development of marginalized communities in Rural Nepal”
|15:30 – 17:00||Session 4: Start-up Culture in Europe and Asia
This session gives the audience an overview of the start-up culture in European context and Asian context – specifically, how it started, how a young person can launch a start-up in a different region, and how to thrive in new environments.
15:30-16:00 Mr. John Paul Uminga (Assistant to the Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship, Philippines) “Inclusive Business Models and Initiatives in the Philippines”
16:00-16:30 Fatih Byikh (Turkey)
|17:00 – 17:30||Closing Remarks|