Towards the establishment of an entrepreneurial culture at Eastern Cape Technikon : a strategy within the Department of Electrical Engineering
Sitshinga, Mlungisi Martin
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The study examined the perceptions of the Eastern Cape Technikon (ECT) Department of Electrical Engineering (DEE) learners on entrepreneurship education as part of their curriculum, their learning styles and learning approaches. This was important in order for the researcher to devise teaching approaches and materials that would suit their learning styles and approaches. The study was therefore based on the assumption that changing from traditional to innovative learning and teaching approaches would motivate and better prepare learners to become entrepreneurs.
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