Update: An app tool based on ASTEE has been developed. Among others, the app tool provides an immediate survey result. To read more, please go to www.octoskills.com
The ASTEE project was co-funded by the European Community, the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and ran from December 2012 till June 2014. Results of the project were published at the ICSB conference in Dublin on 11-14 June 2014.
The objective of the ASTEE project is to develop a set of common European tools for measuring the impact of Entrepreneurship Education (EE) on students’ entrepreneurial competences across all educational levels. The tools are based on the identification and definition of key learning outcomes at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels.
The goal of entrepreneurship education is to give people the knowledge, skills and attitudes to act in an entrepreneurial way. In order to determine the degree to which this goal has been reached, it is essential to have a tool for assessing the impact of entrepreneurship education.
Based on previous research and on the identification of indicators, the project partners have developed questionnaires for the three levels and the following age groups: 10-11 year-olds, 16-17 year-olds, and young people of 20 years or older.