Kutse- ja kõrgkoolides õppijate autonoomne motivatsioon ettevõtlusega alustamisel ning selle seosed enesejuhtimise, algatusvõime ja loovusega

  • Elina Malleus
  • Urve Venesaar
  • Kaja Mädamürk
  • Grete Arro
Märksõnad: ettevõtlusõpe, autonoomne motivatsioon, ettevõtlusega alustamise motiivid, enesejuhtimine, algatusvõime, loovus


Ettevõtluse kontekstis on oluline uurida, mis motiividel alustavad ettevõtjad tegutsemist ning kuidas need mõjutavad edasist ettevõtlusprotsessi. Motiivide uurimine seotuna teiste ettevõtluses oluliste pädevustega (nt enesejuhtimine, algatusvõime ja loovus) võimaldab paremini mõista motivatsiooni olemust ning pöörata kõne alustele teemadele tähelepanu juba ettevõtlusõppes. Uurimusega soovitakse rakendada eri valdkondades (nt haridus, psühholoogia, tervishoid) levinud ise määramisteooriat ettevõtlusõppes. Selleks uuritakse 497 kutse- ja kõrgkoolide
õppija kogemust ning motiive ettevõtlusega alustamisel, lähtudes autonoomse ja kontrollitud motivatsiooni teooriast ning sidudes valitud teoreetilise lähtekoha varem ettevõtluse kontekstis esile tõstetud pädevustega. Uurimistulemusena ilmneb, et õppijad, kes lähtuvad ettevõtlusega alustamisel pigem autonoomsele motivatsioonile viitavatest põhjustest, annavad kõrgemaid hinnanguid oma enese juhtimisoskuste, algatusvõime ja loovuse kohta. Seega võib autonoomse motivatsiooni teadlik toetamine ettevõtlushariduses olla seotud ka õppijate edasise parema toimetulekuga ettevõtlusmaastikul.

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Malleus, E., Venesaar, U., Mädamürk, K., & Arro, G. (2018). Kutse- ja kõrgkoolides õppijate autonoomne motivatsioon ettevõtlusega alustamisel ning selle seosed enesejuhtimise, algatusvõime ja loovusega. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 6(2), 156-179. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2018.6.2.07