publication . Other literature type . 2014

Business simulation as a tool for entrepreneurial learning The role of business simulation in entrepreneurship education

Barišić, Anton Florijan; Prović, Monika;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Obrazovanje za poduzetništvo - E4E : znanstveno stručni časopis o obrazovanju za poduzetništvo, volume 4, issue 2 (issn: 1849-7845, eissn: 1849-661X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University College of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Manage¬ment Nikola Subic Zrinski
Abstract
Recently, there is an increasing trend towards use of business simulations in all levels of education in educational institutions. They are using business simulation games as enhancements to the traditional learning environment. Business simulation or business simulation games as a form of experiential learning are focused on improving business decision making skills by using students natural capacity for technology. Business simulations provide a space in which learning is an outcome of tasks stimulated and executed by the content of the simulation, while the knowledge is developed through the content of the simulation, and skills are developed as a result of p...
Subjects
free text keywords: entrepreneurship; education; knowledge; business simulation games
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