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When learning is fun, it has great results with teachers and students alike. That's exactly how Innoschool, an online game that combines serious play and classical learning, is designed. In this case, it teaches (not only social) entrepreneurship. As a matter of fact, "players" in the role of entrepreneurs set up their company, prepare products and services and offer them, manage the company, and gain entrepreneurial experience. In two years, this educational tool has managed to be piloted in more than 85 schools in 9 European countries.
The InnoSchool game is specifically designed to create awareness about social entrepreneurship, improving the skills and entrepreneurial skills of students and teachers. It combines traditional classroom learning methods with digital elements and online simulations. It helps build the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators and simply shows how to do it when we want to start a business. It busts myths and shows the realities of how a company and its products are created.
"In two years we have managed to pilot this game with 2,330 students from all over Europe. In the Czech Republic, 6 schools have participated, for example, the Gymnasium F. X. Šalda in Liberec or the European Business Academy in Děčín. Innoschool teaches social responsibility in business and breaks down the myths that circulate in society about business in general. In the 7 years of its work, it has been one of the best educational activities that enrich teaching, and students and teachers really enjoy it," says Vojtěch Jíra, who is the Czech national coordinator for Innoschool.
The Innoschool game is of course free of charge. To try it out, you need to register using the form on the website https://innoschoolplatform.eu/ or contact Vojtěch Jíra directly.
"The game has a total of 6 educational modules that can be freely adapted and implemented in teaching. How teachers work with the system is entirely up to them. They can either follow the exact description, including tasks and presentations, or they can adapt the content and use only some parts," adds Vojtěch Jíra.
For more useful information in Czech, please visit: https://dex-ic.com/innoschool_en
The following materials are available here:
How to get involved? Register directly on the website https://innoschoolplatform.eu/
Contact the Czech coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org