How do you create a hybrid/HyFlex learning environment to teach the “contact sport” of entrepreneurship?
This year the ACERE 2022 Entrepreneurship Educator’s Forum is inviting you to join us in discussion, exploration and experiential learning to explore, share and build on what we know of the digital world for entrepreneurship education, its practice, theory & scholarship.
Beside this special focus, the Entrepreneurship Educator’s Forum also welcomes submissions on the other “hot topics” and themes linked to Entrepreneurship Education (for example, entrepreneurship education in primary and secondary schools, entrepreneurship education platforms, or partnerships to drive entrepreneurship education).
When: Tuesday, 8 February 2022
Where: Hybrid Mode – On location at Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne) and online for those who cannot travel.
The main theme of the ACERE Entrepreneurship Educator’s Forum is designed to give teachers, practitioners, and students of entrepreneurship education the opportunity to focus collectively and individually on how “the contact sport” that is entrepreneurship can, is and should be taught in the hybrid/HyFlex learning environment.
- Hear from successful entrepreneurship educators in the online space – how did they make it happen?
- Gain insights into the latest teaching and learning theory and practice for online entrepreneurship education – what could you be doing?
- Understand and discuss the role of scholarship in online entrepreneurship education – what is making a difference?
Elaine Chen, Cummings Family Professor of the Practice in Entrepreneurship, Director, Derby Entrepreneurship Center at Tufts
Morning Panel: Entrepreneurship Education and the Scholarship of teaching and learning
Professor Heidi Neck, Academic Director Babson Academy
Master Class Presenters:
Vimala Palaniswamy, former Director MIT Bootcamps, demonstrating how MIT deliver bootcamps in the virtual world
Dr Grainne Oates, founder of Quitch education software demonstrating how to use digital tool Quitch in teaching E&I
Marque Panel: Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystems and the continued development of Entrepreneurship Education
Moderator – Emeritus Professor Murray Gillin
– Professor Mile Terziovski, SUT
– Professor Rowena Barrett, QUT
– Dr Martin Bliemel, UTS
Professor Mile Terziovski, Swinburne University
Associate Professor Bert Verhoeven, Flinders University
Dr Richard Laferriere, Swinburne University
Dr Rosemary Fisher, Swinburne University
As part of the application process, you will submit a total maximum 1200 word overview of your proposal for blind peer review.
We also encourage all participants to sign-up as reviewers of abstracts for the conference. This is a great opportunity to give back to the field and get an insight into the review process.
Submit your proposal through our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications open 15 September and close 15 November 2021.
1. Proposal: (max 800 words)
2. Explain how your proposal responds to at least one of the following four themes (max 400 words):
Practice: How does this proposal respond to the practice of EE?
Theory: How does this proposal respond to the theory of EE?
Scholarship: How does this proposal contribute to the scholarship of EE?
Hot Topics: Proposals that address a “hot topic” of interest to entrepreneurship educators