"Knowledge is the fundamental element of personal growth and social development"

Teaching entrepreneurship to elementary and high school students offers a plethora of benefits:

- Skill Development: Teaching entrepreneurship helps students develop critical skills such as market understanding, decision-making, and communication.

- Fostering Creativity: Entrepreneurial education encourages creativity and problem-solving skills, allowing students to think innovatively.

- Boosting Self-Confidence: Engaging in entrepreneurial activities enhances self-confidence, helping students face challenges and achieve goals.

- Understanding of Economy: Students develop an understanding of how the economy works and the role of entrepreneurship in job creation.

- Preparation for the Future: Entrepreneurship education provides practical skills that are relevant and necessary in the modern professional world.

- Promotion of Social Awareness: Students learn the importance of social responsibility and ethical conduct in the realm of entrepreneurship.

In this way, entrepreneurship education promotes not only economic skills but also the holistic development of students.

The educational platform of KID STARTUPPER is based on fundamental learning processes:

- Self-awareness
- Critical thinking
- Ability to choose
- Taking initiatives
- Decision-making
- Time management
- Options management
- Collaboration

Pedagogical Value:

- Developed in all social groups (of different or identical expectations, interests, abilities, social or other differences, etc.).
- Manifested in various ways and according to the moral, social, and emotional level of the individual or group.
- Aimed at transforming the competitive climate into an atmosphere of cooperation, constructive dialogue, mutual respect, and acceptance of diversity, tolerance in the sense of open-mindedness, etc.

Interpretation and pedagogical analysis of the term "Entrepreneurship":

- Ingenuity: The ability to think creatively and innovatively, finding solutions to challenges and identifying opportunities.
- Collaboration: Working together with others, pooling resources, and sharing ideas to achieve common goals.
- Transaction: Engaging in economic activities such as buying, selling, or trading goods and services.
- Negotiation: The skill of reaching agreements or compromises through discussion and dialogue.
- Risk-taking and failure acceptance: Being willing to take risks in pursuit of opportunities, and accepting failure as a natural part of the entrepreneurial process.
- Taking initiatives: Showing leadership and proactively seeking out opportunities to create value and make a difference.
- Let's bring entrepreneurship out of lethargy.

Characteristics of individuals or groups engaged in entrepreneurship:

- Taking initiatives: Being proactive and taking the lead in initiating new ideas or projects.
- Converting resources into practical applications: Transforming any available resources into tangible products, services, or solutions.
- Time management: Efficiently allocating time to various tasks and priorities to maximize productivity.
- Risk-taking: Being willing to take calculated risks in pursuit of opportunities, even in the face of uncertainty.
- Continuous evaluation of progress and means: Regularly assessing the progress of ventures and the effectiveness of strategies and tactics.
- Acceptance of failure: Recognizing that failure is a natural part of the entrepreneurial process and learning from setbacks.
- Course correction: Being adaptable and willing to redefine goals and strategies as needed to navigate challenges and capitalize on emerging opportunities.

Entrepreneurship as a culture:

- Entrepreneurship in education is not solely about establishing and developing a business.
- The entrepreneurial spirit is not only necessary for entrepreneurs.
- It involves identifying and mobilizing talents and potentials for expression and creation.
- It entails overcoming inhibitions in the face of the possibility of failure.
- It involves scientific knowledge and clever ideas transformed into innovative applications.
- It requires the courage to participate in social, political, and economic developments.
- It signifies a change in lifestyle and the utilization of knowledge and technology for the benefit of people.

As educators, we must offer opportunities to every child:

- To create something out of nothing
- To see opportunities when others see the impossible and chaos
- To socialize in groups, satisfying their own abilities and recognizing the talents of others
- To understand and express how they will act, especially in difficult situations
- To learn to save their money, especially when they need it more than ever
- To work smart.

Why is the introduction of entrepreneurship considered necessary in education?

- We prevent unemployment and social exclusion
- Talents are identified and at the same time, these talents become active
- Children's self-realization is encouraged.

Skills and attitudes that children acquire:

- Communication
- Adaptability
- Tolerance / Open-mindedness
- Acceptance of diversity
- Collaboration
- Quick response to challenges
- Creativity
- Initiative
- Decision-making

What role will education play in the Fourth Industrial/Business Revolution? (DAVOS 2016)