InnoSchool Strengthening social innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of secondary schools’ students by using highly innovative Learning System

InnoSchool tackles the need for system change to support weak entrepreneurial culture and low engagement to social innovation and entrepreneurship. Its general objective is to strengthen social innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of secondary schools’ students by development and introduction of highly innovative Learning System. 

InnoSchool Learning System (ILS) will be developed by using intensive learning interaction among project partners and using inclusive design process involving policy bodies, secondary schools, territorial business supporting actors and organizations working in social services. Its main uniqueness lies in two main innovations introduced for adolescents of age 17-18 years – (1) introduction of serious game for online simulations joined with teacher lecturing/guiding sessions to maximize educational impact through experiental learning and (2) social media and interschool competition inclusion to boost attractivity for students.

ILS will be piloted in 9 countries involving 90 secondary Schools enabling further improvement of stakeholder knowledge. Impact on students´ knowledge and spirit to start social innovative entrepreneurship will be measured through 3 key aspects: social needs awareness, improvement of specific abilities of students and gained entrepreneurial skills. 

To ensure policy level sustainability 9 Action Plans for inclusion of InnoSchool Learning System to curriculums in 2 years from the end of the project will be developed together with Policy Guidance for Transferability enabling the transfer at policy level.

11 project partners and 6 associated strategic partners will join InnoSchool project to create a unique partnership based around core expertises needed: social innovation/entrepreneurship strengthening, education impact, serious game/ICT aspects, policy level facilitation and responsibility for curriculums.  

Strengthening social innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of secondary schools’ students by using highly innovative Learning System
Start date
01-09-2018
End date
31-08-2021
Budget in Euro
Overall: 1873604
ERDF Contribution: 1260701,3
IPA Contribution: 229641,1
ENI Contribution: 102221
Call number
Call 2
Priority
Innovative and socially responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Increase competences for business and social innovation

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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
DEX Innovation Centre Lead partner petra.cisarova@dex-ic.com CZECH REPUBLIC
The European Center for Socio Professional Integration ACTA ERDF partner mihaelapopovici@actacenter.ro ROMANIA
Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. ERDF partner gbarath@kdriu.hu HUNGARY
Vienna Board of Education, European Office ERDF partner judit.makkos-kaldi@ssr-wien.gv.at AUSTRIA
Technical University of Kosice ERDF partner mojmir.pridavok@tuke.sk SLOVAKIA
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Project News

  • InnoSchool - Entrepreneurial education - a study in Hungary
    - 21-05-2019
    Entrepreneurial education -  a  study in Hungary

    The Hungarian Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency, a project partner of the InnoSchool project, is working on to better understand the processes that have impact on the development and future of the region. CTRIA decided to...

  • InnoSchool - Social needs mapping – an InnoSchool analysis in Romania
    - 17-05-2019
    Social needs mapping – an InnoSchool analysis in Romania

    One of the tasks that all the InnoSchool partners had to undertake was the mapping of territorial social needs  on national (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) and regional (Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria and Republic...

  • InnoSchool - Advisory Groups ready to get started
    - 08-05-2019
    Advisory Groups ready to get started

    As the basic concept of the InnoSchool Learning System (ILS) was drafted, InnoSchool project will now focus on a new significant action: establishing and conducting the territorial regional Advisory Groups (AG). In each territory, Advisory...

  • InnoSchool - Defining and understanding InnoSchool Learning System concept in different educational frameworks
    - 07-05-2019
    Defining and understanding InnoSchool Learning System concept in different educational frameworks

    The InnoSchool project team, under the close coordination of Board of Education for Vienna, European Office has reached these days, an important step in the process of developing the InnoSchool Learning System (ILS). After an intense interaction...

  • InnoSchool - About InnoSchool on the Austrian TV network W24
    - 18-04-2019
    About InnoSchool on the Austrian TV network W24

    On the 20th of March, during the 1st Project and Steering Committee Meeting in Vienna, 4 representatives of the InnoSchool project partners where given the opportunity to talk about the project, the impact it will have on our communities and the...

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