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    Adult Education Academy

    Dr. Glenda Galeotti

    1. GIOVANNA DEL GOBBO, FRANCESCO DE MARIA, GLENDA GALEOTTI, GILDA ESPOSITO (2020): Human mobility, pedagogy of migrations and cultural intelligence: Founding elements of transformative pedagogy. In: Evrinomy Avdi, Markus Meckl. REMix: The university as an advocate for responsible education about migration in Europe. Inclusive societies. A textbook for interdisciplinary migration studies (pp. 87-126). Akureyri: University of Akureyri, ISBN:978-9935-505-00-6.
    2. GALEOTTI G., ESPOSITO G. (2018): A Student Voice Approach for Work-Related Learning. From Lesson-Learned in Secondary School to Higher Education. In: Fedeli M. Boffo V. Employability & Competences. Innovative Curricula for New Professions (pp. 175-192). Firenze: Florence University Press, ISBN:978-88-6453-671-2
    3. DEL GOBBO G., GALEOTTI G. (2018): Natural and cultural capitals: transdisciplinary strategies toward community learning for sustainable and inclusive human development. In: M. L. Paracchini, P. C. Zingari, C. Blasi (eds). Reconnecting natural and cultural capital. Contributions from science and policy (pp. 163-174). Bruxelles: European Commission, ISBN:978-92-79-59949-1
    4. DEL GOBBO G., GALEOTTI G., ESPOSITO G. (2017): Intergenerational Education for Social Inclusion and Solidarity: The Case Study of the EU Funded Project "Connecting Generations”. In: Ł. Tomczyk & A. Klimczuk (eds.). Selected Contemporary Challenges of Ageing Policy (pp. 149-187). Cracovia: Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie, ISBN:978- 83-941568-7-9.
    5. GALEOTTI G. (ED., 2015): Connecting Generation: Intergenerational learning for more inclusive Europe, pp. 35-43, Firenze: Edizioni Via Laura, ISBN:9788896123065.
    6. GALEOTTI G. (2015): Capacity building and bottom-up process in the Study Circle project. In: Giovanna Del Gobbo, Nevenka Bagataj. Lifelong leaning devices for sustainable local development: sustainable approach through lifelong learning models (pp.72-87). ETS, ISBN:978-88-467-4434-0.

    Glenda Galeotti, PhD, is Researcher in Adult and Continuing Education at the Department of Education, Lan-guages, Interculture, Literatures and Psychology of University of Florence, Italy. 

    • education for social innovation and local development
    • heritage education, innovation in career teaching
    • experiential and work-related learning
    • training needs analysis and evaluation of systems

    CG8: Social entrepreneurship education in higher education for the development of creativity and social innovation

    Co-Moderator: Prof. Vanna Boffo

    We are living through the most rapidly changing time in human history. Technological changes and innova-tion trends are quickly sharping jobs and professions. Among the many challenges this creates is the challenge of educating the next generation. How do you create an education system for a future that is so hard to envision? What do we need education to achieve? (British Council, 2017). Social entrepreneurship could provide at least part of the answer.
    Entrepreneurship, at its root, is about creating value. The topic refers to a great variety of meanings. Too often, the value of entrepreneurship is only considered in its narrow economic sense. Social entrepreneurship by contrast is explicitly about acting upon opportunities and ideas and transforming them into value for others (Bacigalupo et al, 2016): economic, social cultural, and environmental value. In this sense, entrepreneurship is emerging as an educational concept that could support students’ growth to face new challenges today and in the future (Boffo, 2018).
    Starting from a theoretical analysis of definitions, the comparative group will focus on three levels: the macro level of policies and measures to bolster social entrepreneurship education in Higher Education; the meso level of educational programs implement in universities; the micro level of tools and methods to support the development of creativity and social innovation.

     

                                                                                                                                                                                   

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