Educating For Entrepreneurship? Align Teaching, Learning And Assessment With Learning Outcomes
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Educating For Entrepreneurship? Align Teaching, Learning And Assessment With Learning Outcomes
Purpose – This paper reviews the literature on entrepreneurship education, aligning teaching, learning and assessment with learning outcomes, so as to prepare university graduates for business start-ups. Design/methodology/approach – The study used a systematic literature review approach to review publications on the keywords: entrepreneurship education objectives, teaching and learning methods and student assessment methods. Searches were conducted in Scopus and Google Scholar databases. Findings – The findings suggest that for entrepreneurship students to be enabled to start-up their own business ventures, the entrepreneurship course objective should be for entrepreneurship. TeachDownloadViews: 140

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