Ettevõtluskirjaoskuse arendamine gümnaasiumis Junior Achievementi ülesannetega

  • Külli Hiiemäe-Metsar
  • Mervi Raudsaar
  • Krista Uibu
Märksõnad: ettevõtluskirjaoskus, ettevõtluspädevus, EntreCompi raamistik, Junior Achievement, ülesanded

Kokkuvõte

Ettevõtluskirjaoskus hõlmab ettevõtluspädevust, mille arendamine suurendab võimalusi ühiskondliku, sotsiaalse, kultuurilise ja majandusliku heaolu kasvuks. Õpilaste ettevõtluspädevuse kujundamiseks õppetöös on arendatud teoreetiline raamistik European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp). Siinse uurimuse eesmärk oli välja selgitada, millist liiki ülesandeid kasutatakse gümnaasiumiastmes õpilaste ettevõtluspädevuse alapädevuste kujundamiseks. Kasutades kvantitatiivset sisuanalüüsi, analüüsiti gümnaasiumiastme ettevõtlusõppeks koostatud Junior Achievementi ülesandeid, toetudes EntreCompi raamistikule. Ülesanded liigitati individuaalseteks ja rühmatöö ülesanneteks. Ülesannete sagedusanalüüsist selgus, et individuaalsete ülesannetega saab arendada rohkem õpilaste finants- ja majanduskirjaoskust, eneseteadvust ja enesetõhusust. Rühmatöö ülesanded sobivad meeskonnatöö ja koostööoskuste kujundamiseks. Selliseid ettevõtluspädevuse alapädevusi nagu motivatsioon, loovus, riskijulgus ja ressursside kaasamine arendatakse Junior Achievementi ülesandekogu ülesannetega väga vähe. Ometi on ettevõtluspädevuse alapädevuste kujundamine oluline, et toetada tegelemist ettevõtlusega täiskasvanueas.

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2021-11-01
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Hiiemäe-Metsar, K., Raudsaar, M., & Uibu, K. (2021). Ettevõtluskirjaoskuse arendamine gümnaasiumis Junior Achievementi ülesannetega. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 9(2), 184-211. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2021.9.2.08
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