EntreComp and My First Teacherfluencer Experience
Updated: Oct 26
If you have liked my previous personal post about the EmpoderaLive conference, then you may like this one too since I will be talking about my journey with EntreComp and my first teacherfluencer experience. (Yes, it's a made-up word) If you want to know about the EntreComp framework please read here.
A few months back, I was one of the lucky ones to get into the EntreCompEdu training program provided by Bantani Education. It was an excellent experience and I learned a lot from educators like me from around the world. It made me realize that I am not alone in having doubts and struggles about how to move our teaching forward in this era. It also opened up my eyes to many other practices that I could apply to my teaching, which was awesome. After a great graduational ceremony with all my EntreCompEdu teacher pioneer classmates, I decided that many more should be aware of this great framework and apply it to their teaching or policy making. Because, why should I hide the information and knowledge I gained if I can share it with others and make education better for everyone?
So, last week I was invited to an online cafe where I was asked to share my own journey with EntreComp and try to influence others to join this like-minded community. I am now a proud contributor to this community where you can network, access materials related to entrepreneurial education, see events, take courses and earn badges. There are much more things to do of course, but these are just a few examples. It is open to everyone and it is FREE. So, I can see no reason why you should not join and network with others.
I have a Q&A thread where I can answer all your questions related to my journey. You just have to become a member and ask me anything here. The knowledge is useful if it is shared with others, so let's share.