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The results of the survey indicate that entrepreneurial and innovative competences should be further emphasized in schools. Extracurricular activities seem to be an effective way to develop students' competencies. On the other hand, teachers reported difficulties in accessing and cooperating with organizations, associations and businesses.
Entrepreneurial competence refers to the ability to recognize and seize opportunity, as well as to creatively plan and manage processes that have cultural, social and financial value. It is a multifaceted ability involving knowledge of contexts and opportunities, ethical principles and self-awareness. In addition, it includes skills such as creativity (imagination, critical reflection, problem solving), communication, mobilizing resources and coping with uncertainty, ambiguity and risk, together with attitudes of initiative, motivation, persistence and valuing the opinions of others. Similarly, innovation competencies refer to a mixture of certain personal characteristics, social skills, content knowledge, future-oriented thinking, creative thinking, and skills in project management and creation. The goal of entrepreneurial education is to develop skills and thinking so that they are able to transform creative ideas into entrepreneurial activity. This requires partnerships with external organizations, thereby promoting experiential learning.
Creative education - that is our mission. Our education is based on the practice of "creation and production of cosmetic formulas". The key is to understand the principle that learning means gathering experience and experience can only be gained through practice.