Looverialade ettevõtlusõppe rakendumine ettevõtluspädevuste mudeli kontekstis

  • Tiiu Männiste
  • Andres Rõigas
  • Lii Araste
  • Marju Mäger

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Ettevõtlusõpe on jõudnud haridusmaastikule ning selle rakendamise vajadust kinnitavad ka mitmed strateegiad ja uuringud. Looverialade õpetamise seisukohalt on see kasvava tähtsusega kogu maailma majanduses. Alates 2015. aastast on Tartu Ülikooli Viljandi kultuuriakadeemia rakendanud Eesti haridussüsteemis kõigil erialadel kohustuslikku ettevõtlusõpet. Mitmeaastane kogemus võimaldab analüüsida, kuivõrd on ettevõtluspädevused loovainetega lõimitud. Artiklis käsitletakse kvalitatiivsele sisuanalüüsile tuginedes ettevõtluspädevustega seonduvaid õpiväljundeid ja ettevõtlust arendavaid õppetöövorme Viljandi kultuuriakadeemia 2015/2016. ja 2016/2017. õa rakenduskõrghariduse õppekavades. Analüüsist selgub, et õppeasutuse spetsiifika tõttu keskenduvad õppekavad eelkõige kultuurilistele pädevustele. Ettevõtlusega seotud teadmised on väljunditena fikseeritud peamiselt ettevõtlusainetes ja erialaülestes projektides, millel on ettevõtluskultuuri toetava hariduskeskkonna tunnuseid. Kuigi ettevõtlust arendavate õppeainete ja loovainete õpiväljundite seos on nõrk ning ettevõtlust toetav kultuur on veel tervikuks sidumata, võib õppekavade erialamoodulite õpiväljunditest leida ka ettevõtlusele omaseid pädevusi.

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