Within Entrepreneurship Education, Team Academy is seen by some as an innovative pedagogical model that enhances social connectivity, as well as experiential, student-centred and team-based learning. It also creates spaces for transformative learning to occur.
This fourth book of the Routledge Focus on Team Academy book series the TA model is examined outside of the traditional TA based settings (industry, schools, communities of practice, etc.) in different countries (Brazil, Japan, UK, Finland, Argentina, Tanzania, Spain, etc.), and the legacy that this has left in learners and practitioners who have engaged with the model.
This book is aimed at academics, practitioners, and learners engaged in the Team Academy methodology, pedagogy and model, as well as those interested in the area of entrepreneurial team learning. Readers will be inspired to innovate in their delivery methodologies and to explore learning-by-doing approaches to creating value. The book also aims to challenge the discourse around entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial activities, offering insights, research, stories and experiences from those learning and working in the Team Academy approach.
Table of Contents
1. Team coaching practice in the UK, a comparative study
Duncan Iraci, Berrbizne Urzelai, and Georgina Dance
2. A Hybrid Model in Tourism Postgraduate Education – A Learning Journey
3. Increasing human agency through team learning in Finnish basic education
Tuula Koivukangas and Päivi Rimpiläinen
4. A Reflective Case Study on using Team Academy principles to integrate a university-based business incubator service into the mainstream curriculum
Wendy Wu, Hock Tan, and Pauline Miller Judd
5. Educating creativity for innovation- unprecedented challenge in Japan
6. Challenges for the introduction of new teaching methods in Brazilian Higher Education: Team Academy "Tupiniquim"
Roberta Leme Sogayar and Tomás Sparano Martins
7. Reflections around Team Academy inspired projects in Argentina
8. Adapting the Team Academy Model in a developing country context: A case of Team Entrepreneurship education at the University of Iringa, Tanzania
9. The story of TAZEBAEZ, the first team company of Mondragon Team Academy
Ainhoa Esnaola and Joanes Røsø
10. Team Academy Pioneers in the UK: a team entrepreneurs’ perspective
Dr Berrbizne Urzelai is Team Coach and Senior Lecturer in areas of International Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of the West of England, UK.
Dr Elinor Vettraino is Head Coach and Programme Director of the Business Enterprise Development portfolio at Aston University, UK.