The Effect of 'Length of Work' and 'Teaching Frequency' Variables to Facilitator's Mentoring Performance Based on Student's Perception, Case Study on Entrepreneurship Course Universitas Ciputra Surabaya
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Entrepreneurship course at Universitas Ciputra consists of five single courses that consecutively taken in five semesters with project-based learning method. Since the learning method is in the form of project, facilitator’s mentoring for student is a crucial aspect in entrepreneurship course. There is a general assumption that facilitator with long working experience will have mentoring evaluation value higher than that of with shorter work experience. This study will assess whether longer working experience and teaching frequency of facilitator have influence in the mentoring performance to students in entrepreneurship course.