Filming Entrepreneurship

2019-2020

Course Objective

Academic & Research Skills: The student is able to question predominant
ideas about entrepreneurship, and form their own. They are able to
communicate these
ideas visually, i.e. through moving images.
Bridging theory & practice: Students have a deeper and enhanced
understanding of entrepreneurial ‘real’ life, and the various
presumptions attached to
the phenomenon.
Bridging Theory and Practice: The student will have experienced
various facets of entrepreneurial ‘real’ life.
Social Skills: The student is able to work in a small team.
Broadening your Horizon: The student is able to come up with and explore
a (divergent) set of ideas (rather than focus on just one
idea/solution), and play with perspectives.
Self-Awareness: The student is able to be curious, and to (critically)
reflect on his/her own ideas about entrepreneurship, in relation to
extant entrepreneurship knowledge.

Course Content

This course aims at facilitating students in experiencing, exploring,
discovering and ‘reporting’ about entrepreneurship as a real-life and
dynamic phenomenon and as an on-going process. Likewise, your ability to
look, think, and report in a ‘visual’ way will be stimulated. In this
course, we break with linear conceptualizations of entrepreneuring as a
‘neat’, straight road to success, a correct execution of a sound plan,
based on a good idea, a well-spotted opportunity, or other such dominant
(abstract) ideas. Instead, we are going to play with other, perhaps not
so common ideas about entrepreneurship. During this course, you (in
pairs) create a (short) film about entrepreneurship so as to ‘activate’
your own curiosity, and to – visually – communicate your ideas and
perspectives.

Teaching Methods

Interactive lectures and work group meetings

Method of Assessment

Individuele- en groepsbeoordeling
Mandatory attendance of meetings

Literature

To be announced.

General Information

Course Code E_BK3_FE
Credits 6 EC
Period P2
Course Level 300
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator dr. J.K. Verduijn
Examiner dr. J.K. Verduijn
Teaching Staff

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Seminar, Lecture
Target audiences

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