“Much entrepreneurship education practice tends to be ad hoc, varies vastly in quantity and quality, is not treated systematically in the curriculum and has relied heavily on the enthusiasm and commitment of individual teachers and some schools” (European Commission 2010).
Supporting teachers and learners to foster the entrepreneurial culture is one of the most important missions in Europe 2020, as an entrepreneurial mindset is the key for the development of the European economy. On the grounds of the above, steps should be taken to make entrepreneurship a priority from initial teacher education programs throughout life.
The B-Kids project wants to be a response to pupils’ and teachers’ needs in producing, documenting and disseminating entrepreneurial practice based on their authentic experiences. The project focuses on the integration of entrepreneurship into the school curricula, using an interdisciplinary approach