Chapter 22 Student-centred action learning
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Another accidental educator in the domain of EE, John Dobson shares his effective approach to developing entrepreneurial problem-solvers in this chapter. Reducing EE to: Problem ⇐ Entrepreneur ⇒ Solution, Dobson simplifies the act of entrepreneurship to a process of solving one problem at a time. Through this bite-sized approach, EE is manageable within the lived experiences of his students’ lives. An advocate for learning through action, Dobson demonstrates a safe approach to allowing student learn entrepreneurship through meaningful action. With a set of simple principles that have been blended to fit the circumstances of his students’ learning, Dobson illustrates a highly pragmatic and effective approach to EE.

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