Duration: 1 hour
Learning outcome: By the end of this unit, learners will be able to have a clear view of their personal vision, to identify creativity and to correlate creative thinking with entrepreneurship.
|IDEAS AND OPPORTUNITIES||RESOURCES||INTO ACTION|
|Spotting opportunities||x||Self-awareness and self-efficacy||Taking the initiative||x|
|Creativity||x||Motivation and perseverance||x||Planning and management||x|
|Vision||x||Mobilising resources||Coping with uncertainty, ambiguity and risk||x|
|Valuing ideas||Financial and economic literacy||Working with others|
|Ethical and sustainable thinking||Mobilising others||Learning through experience|
|Identify your personal vision.||To be able to plan on your personal vision.|
|Creative thinking in entrepreneurship.||To be able to think in a creative way.|
|To apply creative thinking in entrepreneurship.|
Victor (p.61-62) is 40 years old. He was born in Ethiopia and comes from a family of farmers. He and his family had been suffering from hunger and periodic famine for many years. Hence, he was forced to immigrate to Greece ten years ago. At first, he faced homelessness and the bureaucracy of Greek authorities. However, he was very skilled in knitting, as it is a common occupation for men in Ethiopia. Hence, he started knitting unique-looking felt scarves without any tools, with his hands. Currently he sells his creations from a kiosk in Athens that acts also as his workshop. He never had any disputes with his clients, but experienced conflicts with his suppliers and was forced to stop working with them.
Thanks to this unit he will learn to identify his vision and to correlate creative thinking in entrepreneurship.
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