(International) Entrepreneurship in Action
Study program entrepreneurship with LE-Game
“Study Program with game simulations, theme meetings & study assignments”
Also within this Study Program on Entrepreneurship, the simulation games of LE-Network are used to optimize the effectiveness of the entrepreneurship’s learning processes, especially by creating opportunities during the LE-Games for ‘unique learning experiences’. The results is that the teaching using a “book” as the core element, now plays a minor role in the individual’s and the collective learning processes. Books are used as a reference option not as an experience
Study Programs using ‘action learning by playing’
Are you looking for different educational methods for teaching and learning entrepreneurship? Teaching methods with the methodology of learning by playing? Simulation role games were participants all participate? Have fun together? And validate the learning process highly? Experience learning themselves and indicate they are learning a lot?
We supply these enervating LE-Game simulations.
Participants can have unique educational experiences. Where making mistakes is regarded as positive contributing to their learning processes. Where is verified that indeed success drives success in acquiring competencies.
Playful learning in simulations which will last 1 to 6 hours (when several versions are played in a sequence, with breaks in between, of course).
LE-Game is used among other at the courses entrepreneurship in secondary schools and at polytechnics, in the course Applied Business Administration in the Bachelor.
- Experience what it means to be an entrepreneur:
- Learn to create added value
- Learn and experience the discovering of opportunities
- Experience the risks of entrepreneurship
- Experience and learn the financial (im)possibilities
- Learn to negotiate, learn to analyse supply and demand
- Create your own network of business partners (also useful after the game simulation)
- Develop your soft skills: LE-Game promotes entrepreneurial behaviour