Lessons Learned from an Inside-Out Flip in Entrepreneurship Education

Bliemel, M. (2014) “Lessons from an inside-out flip in entrepreneurship education” Small Enterprise Research, 21(1), p. 117-128 (dx.doi.org/10.1080/13215906.2014.11082080)

15 Pages Posted: 18 Sep 2014 Last revised: 11 Feb 2015

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Martin J. Bliemel

Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation

Date Written: August 18, 2014

Abstract

This paper summarizes the benefits and challenges of flipping an entrepreneurship course in two ways. The conventional flip changes how lecturers and students relate to the course content by primarily affecting when and where they learn, but not necessarily how. Flipping the classroom inside-out grounds the lessons learned in the ‘real world' by bringing in guests to help run workshops in the classroom, and by getting students to validate their business ideas outside the classroom. This inside-out flip involves additional logistical challenges. However, it appears to be a better fit with the overarching set of attributes that graduates are expected to attain, and the assessment thereof.

Keywords: Flipped classroom, experiential learning, entrepreneurship education, business canvas

JEL Classification: O31, O32, M13

Suggested Citation

Bliemel, Martin J, Lessons Learned from an Inside-Out Flip in Entrepreneurship Education (August 18, 2014). Bliemel, M. (2014) “Lessons from an inside-out flip in entrepreneurship education” Small Enterprise Research, 21(1), p. 117-128 (dx.doi.org/10.1080/13215906.2014.11082080) , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2497216

Martin J Bliemel (Contact Author)

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