Embedding Enterprise Education: the Fashion Project
- Publisher: Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT), London Metropolitan University
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Enterprising students learn by doing, learn from each other and from debate and discovery. They also learn by borrowing from others and making mistakes. Tutors and curriculum designers must also take an entrepreneurial approach to the design and delivery of a course of this kind. By taking part in the business project, students develop a higher order of thinking or metacognition. They can identify and understand how they approached a problem, goal, challenge and so on, thereby increasing levels of self-efficacy.