The importance of the meeting in relation to entrepreneurial learning - two learning environments within a Swedish context : a research circle and a school musical

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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title The importance of the meeting in relation to entrepreneurial learning - two learning environments within a Swedish context : a research circle and a school musical
Author Christensen, Jonas ; Lelinge, Balli
Date 2016
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The purpose of this article is to examine the importance of the meeting in relation to entrepreneurial learning, by examining two learning environments within a Swedish context based on different types of meeting: a research circle in higher education and, in collaboration with teachers and pupils from primary school, the process of establishing a school musical. The methods used to achieve our aims were interviews, focus groups and action-based research. The theoretical interpretative framework is based on the individual and the individual’s interaction with the surrounding environment. One conclusion is that there seems to be the potential for knowledge when different players with no previous experience of cooperation meet. A prerequisite for the development of this knowledge, which can be developed and can then contribute to new thinking, seems to be closely connected with the existence of a participative approach. The two studies demonstrated a key aspect of change in how resistance is handled, when it initiates and encourages both individual and collective action competence. Consensus in disagreement is seen as a driving force behind knowledge acquisition. In a safe and respectful environment, there can be disagreement on the substance under discussion, and yet actors can take on this challenge and reach a conclusion, albeit a temporary one.
Link http://esrjournal.org/ojs/index.php/esrjournal/article/view/176 .Icon
Publisher Association of Doctoral Candidates and Young Researchers of Serbia
Host/Issue ESR Journal;1
Volume 1
ISSN 2466-3352
Pages 1-19
Language eng (iso)
Subject Collaborative learning
Entrepreneurial learning
Sweden
Participative approach
Learning environment
Motivation
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
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