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Title Evolving entrepreneurial education : innovation in the Babson classroom / edited by Victoria L. Crittenden, Kathryn Esper, Nathaniel Karst, Rosa Slegers
Edition First edition
Published Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015


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Contents List of Contributors -- List of External Reviewers -- Evolving Entrepreneurial Education Innovation in the Babson Classroom -- Teaching Knowledge -- Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching -- References -- PART 1 The Role of Educational Scholarship: Navigating the Creative Process -- Academic Scholarship: A Stakeholder Analysis -- Staying on Top: How Babson Achieves Excellence in Teaching-- A Practice-Based Approach to Entrepreneurship Education -- An Ecosystem Approach to Diversity in Management Education -- Destination: Intercultural Development -- What's So Wrong with Student Subjects? A Brief Guide to the Ins and Outs of Using Student Subjects in Research -- PART 2 Cross-Disciplinary Learning and Teaching -- Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders -- Integrating Entrepreneurship Education and Organizational Behavior in the First Year -- The Business Model Canvas as a Framework for Integrating the Operations Management and Managerial Accounting Curricula -- Marketing-ITS Integration: Developing Next-Generation Managers -- Science Education as an Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® Methodology -- Leading Entrepreneurial Action Project (LEAP): A Project-Based Course Integrating Three Disciplines -- Global Film Across the Curriculum: Narrative Imagination and Pedagogical Innovation-- Creating Space for Innovation: The Role of a "Design Zone" within a Business School -- Welcome to the Babson MBA: Sustaining Curriculum Integration with the TechMark Business Simulation -- Spreading Entrepreneurial Thinking and Skills Online: Lessons from Creating a MOOC Called "Lead Like an Entrepreneur" -- PART 3 Pedagogical Innovation for Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® and Self & Contextual Awareness -- Innovation and Experimentation: Taking Risks, Learning from Failures, and Moving Forward -- Using Transformative Learning Theory to Develop a Course in Sustainable Entrepreneurship -- Becoming Entrepreneurial: Constructing an Entrepreneurial Identity in Elective Entrepreneurship Courses -- I Am Not a Statistic (Even if Everyone Else Is): A Cross-disciplinary Activity -- Experimenting with a Flipped Classroom -- Using VoiceThread to Socialize Online Presentations -- Start Your Class with a "What Do You Know?" Survey -- Quickfire! Increasing Student Engagement Using Competitive Classroom Exercises Under Time Constraints -- A SEERS Approach to Analyzing Impact: Using an Ecology Research Project to Evaluate Product Life Cycle Sustainability -- Sexism and Gendered Marketing: Exploring Critical Issues in the Marketing Classroom -- PART 4 The Role of Centers in Enhancing the Educational Environment -- The Heart of Entrepreneurship Practice at Babson College: The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship -- Arts and the Entrepreneur: The Sorenson Center for the Arts-- ETA-ing from the Center: The Story of the Design of a Course, the Creation of a Book, and an Ongoing Adventure at The Lewis Institute at Babson College -- The Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership: Creating Gender Enlightenment on and Beyond a Business School Campus -- Index
Summary In this book, written by educators for educators, scholars from a variety of academic disciplines at Babson College share their experiences in inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs. It offers unique insights into how self and contextual awareness is created and delivered
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Babson College. Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching
Teaching -- Research
EDUCATION -- Administration -- General.
EDUCATION -- Organizations & Institutions.
Teaching -- Research
Form Electronic book
Author Crittenden, Victoria L., editor
Esper, Kathryn, editor
Karst, Nathaniel, editor
Slegers, Rosa, editor.
ISBN 9781785602009