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På NERA 2014 blev der afholdt et symposium, hvor der blev præsenteret i alt 10 papers:


NERA Symposium 2014:



Parallel sessions 2 - 09.00-10.30, March 6. 
Room: G-101
CIE - Creativity, innovation and pedagogical entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries 

The Nordic countries face – as in the rest of Europe - a number of challenges that can only be met if it has innovative, well-educated, and entrepreneurial citizens who, whatever their walk of life, have the spirit and inquisitiveness to think in new ways, and the courage to meet and adapt to the challenges facing them. Moreover, a dynamic economy, which is innovative and able to create the jobs that are needed, will require a greater number of young people who are willing and able to become entrepreneurs - young people who will launch and successfully develop their own commercial or social ventures, or who will become innovators in the wider organizations in which they work. Because education is one of the keys to shaping young people’s attitudes, skills and culture, it is vital that entrepreneurial learning is addressed from an early age. Pedagogical entrepreneurship can be understood as essential not only to shape the mindsets of young people but also to provide the skills and knowledge that are central to developing an entrepreneurial culture. The main question is: How does this affect the students’ learning and the role of the student in the classroom? In this symposium the participants want to explore pedagogical entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries. The aim is to discuss the definition of pedagogical entrepreneurship as well as presenting different research in the field. Name of discussants: Jan-Birger Johannesen, University in Nordland, Norway Ove Pedersen, University in Nordland, Norway Svanborg Jónsdóttir, University of Iceland Mats Westerberg, Luleå Universitet, Sweden Eva Leffler, Umeå Universitet, Sweden 
Chair: Michael Dal, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland
  Nordic Research Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship - a fundamental idea!
Jan-Birger Johansen - PowerPoint
Nordland Universitet, Norway
  Prerequisites for Entrepreneurial Education – Expectations, Reflections, Realizations and Expected Learning Outcomes
Monika Diehl - PowerPoint
Department of Education, Sweden
  Entrepreneurial teachers in an entrepreneurial school setting
Eva Leffler - PowerPoint
Umeå University, Sweden


Parallel sessions 3 - 11.00-12.30, March 6. 
Room: Ø-110
CIE - Creativity, innovation and pedagogical entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries. Part II. 
Chair: Michael Dal, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland
  Entrepreneurial learning in upper secondary school- from a gender perspective.
Eva-Lena Lindster Norberg - PowerPoint
Department of education, Sweden
  Creativity, innovation and pedagogical entrepreneurship i primary and lower secondary school in Iceland.
Michael Dal - PowerPoint
Iceland University, Iceland
  How can theories of learning help us understand entrepreneurial practice in schools?
Gudrun Svedberg, Eva Leffler*, Åsa Falk Lundqvist - PowerPoint
Umeå University, Sweden
  Developing entrepreneurial learning from kindergarten to upper secondary school in an entire municipality - the case of Älvsbyn in Sweden
Mats Westerberg - PowerPoint
Luleå university of Technology, Sweden






Parallel sessions 4 - 13.30 -15.00, March 6. 
Room: V-21
CIE - Creativity, innovation and pedagogical entrepreneurship in the Nordic countries. Part III. 
Chair: Michael Dal, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland
  Long-term Teacher Growth from Continuing Professional Development in Entrepreneurial learning -a Narrative Approach.
Helena Sagar1,2 - PowerPoint
1University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2Kungsbacka Kommun, Sweden
  Entrepreneurial Learning - putting a theoretical concept to practice
Karin Axelsson*1, Maria Mårtensson2 - PowerPoint
1Malardalen University, Sweden, 2Stockholm University, Sweden
  Does education in entrepreneurship make a difference?-Experience from measuring impact in a entrepreneurship program
Erik Lindberg*, Håkan Bohman
USBE, Sweden


Webansvarlig: Michael Dal, Islands Universitet,