Entrepreneurship Learning Model Involving the Businessman (Entrepreneur in Residence); Implementation of Social Entrepreneurship at Ciputra University.
Purwoko, Gervasius Herry
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Facilitator has a major role in entrepreneurial learning, as proven by research on variables of the role, namely learning goal orientation, feedback seeking, help seeking, and Behavior Learning Engagement, which affect students‘ entrepreneurial performance and entrepreneurial competence of students. Research-proven variables that significantly affect entrepreneurial performance are learning goal orientation and help seeking, since determining the purpose of learning by students who are accompanied by facilitator have contributed to the success in entrepreneurial learning. Similarly, facilitator needs to assist students in completing their assignments, proactively monitoring challenges the students face, and guiding students to finish the assigned tasks. On the other hand, entrepreneurial learning requires a paradigm shift in society from the terminal learning patterns to the lifelong learning pattern (long life education).One of the methods of teaching and learning that is effective for such purpose is contextual teaching and learning with its five constructivist learning elements, namely activating prior knowledge, acquiring knowledge, understanding knowledge, applying knowledge, and reflecting knowledge. Issues that emerge are can learning goal orientation and seeking help be realized in every stage of contextual learning model, and to which extent is the role of facilitator in improving entrepreneurial performance? Under some modifications, the above model was applied in social entrepreneurship learning. The result revealed that facilitator is absolutely needed in every learning stage, even as the role model in the interaction with society.