Factors of the Innovation Development in School
AbstractThis paper presents findings on the work of enterprise circles and the current state of Slovenian primary schools in respect of the promotion of creativity, innovation and enterprise. It examines those factors within schools and the broader local environment that can promote or hinder the development of creativity, innovation and enterprise among pupils. The objectives are clarified by research approaches that connect empirical data to those social circumstances that affect how the issue is understood and how stakeholders explain it. The findings indicate a lack of awareness of how important it is to create links between the education system and the labour market.
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This chapter was published in: Franc Cankar & Tomi Deutsch & Stanka Setnikar Cankar , , pages 1245-1252, 2013.
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